Tuesday, November 22, 2011
I would like to dedicate this post today to the men and women of the New London Police Department who care enough to make a difference in the lives of ordinary people. On Wednesday, September 28, 2011; I was greeted by pennies raining down on me as I exited my apartment building that morning. Pennies from Heaven? Not quite. It appears that some residents of Williams Park Apartments where I live on 127 Hempstead Street in New London, Connecticut have a mistaken impression of me. Pennies rained down on me from Heaven...five years later....almost to the day...that I received the medical help I needed at Pequot Health Center in Groton, CT, thus being rescued from the negligence of the Public Healthcare System on September 29, 2006. (ASIDE: Blood tests were drawn for about 12 different ailments, which revealed the high blood sugar remaining in my system hours after my last meal...which ultimately led to an expert diagnosis of Diabetes Type II by Dr. Patel in Groton, Connecticut in February 2007. Which restored my faith in doctors so that I was able to seek and receive surgery through Dr. Calla in Norwich in January 2007 and diabetes maintenance through Joslin Diabetes Center in Mystic and New London, starting in June 2007. Oh, and the healthy meals I selected weekly at Pequot Cafe in Groton from September 2007 through May 2009 helped me as well.) HOME SAFE. On Wednesday, September 28, 2011; pennies rained down on me from Heaven. Maybe they were from Paula after all. I got the "caveat," the "hard evidence" I needed! Someone arrived on the scene who listened and cared. (Did Russell send him?) SMILE! You were on candid camera :)! Thanks to the hard work of certain members of the New London Police Department and the ongoing protection which I have received from My Guardian Angels here on Earth for the past several years, by Christmas time...the only heroine left in this place...that'd be me!!!...* * * :) Eventually, we all get our just desserts. I would like to present to you today, just in time for the Holiday Season of 2011......"The Victory Song," "Ancient Dreams" by Patrick O'Hearn. For more info, go to: http://www.musicchoice.com/Soundscapes YEAYYYYYYY!!! Once again, I couldn't do it without you, My Guardian Angels here on Earth...and....My TWO in Heaven!!!...* * * :) (Denise...Denise Dances...November 22, 2011)
Amendment I (1791): "Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free excercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peacably to assemble, and to petition the government for a redress of grievances." THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.
Monday, November 21, 2011
SECAPA Southeastern Conn Authors & Publishers Association. It's official! After years of a "free" meeting here and there, I am officially a member and tonight is my first meeting as an "official." Meetings are once a month on Mondays, usually at the Groton Public Library. (What am I working on? A children's book and a young adult novel.) Be sure to watch "Dancing with the Stars" tonight and Tuesday night for the Season Finale! Who will win? The shy and unlikely late bloomer, Rob Kardashian, who has been overpowered by his sisters most of his life? The war hero and skilled dancer from the git-go; J.R.? Or the elegant and beautiful perfectionist, Ricki Lake? It's anyone's guess! Did you know that I met two-time dance champion Kym Johnson at the Mohegan Sun's "Reality Check" series on June 17, 2011? P.S. Another great book: "Life on the Other Side" by Sylvia Browne. On "Twilight: Breaking Dawn:" First half was very romantic; second half: Blood! As always, great cinematography in the wilds of the Northwestern United States. Yes, I've been in Niantic!