You've heard about too many cooks in the kitchen, well, Bob has one too many doctors. His primary care physician is just a little too involved in his case. I understand the reason behind having a primary care physician to oversee and coordinate care but in Bob's case it's one too many most of the time.
All the angst I went through over Bob being 'called in' by the hematologist was for nothing. The primary care doctor messaged him he needed to see Bob. That recent bad bruise on Bob's arm excited a few people in the medical community.
Frankly, they need to stay out of the hematologist's business. We were not alarmed by the bruise. We've been at this blood business a very long time. We're on top of it. Yes, Bob's lab reports are awful but they've been awful for years. Nothing new. I have enough going on caring for Bob without an over active doctor added to the mix.
Now some good news. This morning we saw the new cardiologist and are so pleased to have him on Bob's care team.
I watched the debate which is unheard of for me as I avoid controversy at all costs. Our son was quite surprised to learn I watched a debate. I assured him this was not typical, not a real debate.
My question this morning is, does it LEGALLY matter if Donald Trump accepts the results of the November 8 vote? For harmony and the good of the country the losing candidate should graciously concede to the winner. Isn't the election actually out of either candidate's hands?
For those who would bring up Gore/Bush, don't bother, nothing close to this situation. The state of Florida has a law that requires a recount if the results are too close. That law kicked in and then, as I understand it, Bush took it to the Supreme Court and the rest is history. Gore won the popular vote, Bush won the electoral college.
Surely this country's future does not hang in the balance, subject to the whim of a sore looser.