Had jin shin at 8:30, then waited outside A$'s store until it turned 10:05am -- remembered she'd told me she doesn't arrive untill 11, but thought she'd said her employee was there before -- left. Went to Louise's memorial service, which was at the same place as Howard's memorial service. Before moving to this lake I had lived just down the road from there, well - actually on Ward Lake so down-and-a-dog's-leg. When I heard Louise's memorial service was to be there I had a stray thought that had I still lived there I'd've been convenient for all my friends' funerals. Jim, I saw your former neighbor-to-the-north -- I told you I'd seen him twice in one week but he hadn't recognised me -- today he was smiling, "Hello!," like it took a while but he remembered me. I talked Death with AmyF -- she said, "When I was in a coma I have no doubt at all that I was in the transition place, and it was very ... [um, what was her word? peaceful? comfortable? pleasant?]." At home I wondered if having a serene coma experience was due to having care given to the body. If a person was in a coma while wolves were chewing on his/her feet would it still be a serene and peaceful experience? I'm just wondering, I'm not trying to crack wise. The antechamber and the main room held displays of Louise's artwork. It's a Masons' building, and has seats on the floor facing the dais, raised seats along the sides facing inward, and raised throne-ish seats against the wall between the two doorways, that face the dais. A number of Masonic symbols are hung above the dais. I spent a few minutes staring at them, most of all at an old five-pointed star and a newer, colored star-shaped symbol. Of course, I saw a million people I know, but I didn't speak to terribly many people, and left about 15 or 20 minutes after the service.
Tomorrow I see my dentist, then go to the doctor. I never go to the doctor! I haven't been for years -- however I have a list of things I need including another referral to the liver doctor. I decided I wanted to go and say "it's now or never" -- about hepC meds as when I lose my insurance the chance is gone. I'm not sure I'm interested in the drugs -- however I recently read that the cure rate for my genotype is much higher than it had been previously -- the liver doctor had said she "didn't recommend" them for me a couple of years ago, but I'd like to speak with her now.
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