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VA Secretary’s Comparison to Disneyland Is A Gift

And we’ll squander this gift on just the statement and not the ongoing problem with veterans care and benefits. Take a look around you. (I will too, we’re in this together) How many veterans do we see? How do we know that person we see living on the street is not a veteran. How do […]

My Letter to Congress to Urge Funds for Scleroderma Research

This is just one thing I did this morning, which took about 10 minutes. Okay- probably 20, I’m a slow typist. Here was the reply I received in my email. I omitted personal information to post to this blog, like my address, etc… To get started now, click HERE Here is the response I received […]

What’s The Point?

Will it really make a difference if we get scleroderma to trend June 3? Let’s start with more questions.  Because isn’t the journey what it’s all about?  No? Well how about this:  It’s what Yoda would do. Don’t worry, Young Jedi.  As always, there is an option to skip to the end.  What is most […]

Don’t Hate The Playa, Hate The Game.

Then Set Aside Your Anger & Get to Work.       In a place called, Wisconsin…   I was “awarded” a rating of 100% service connected disability.  See, I was “lucky” enough to have symptoms of scleroderma while on active duty in The Navy. Early in my diagnosis back in 1994, and through the years despite […]