Shortly after arriving in Fort Lauderdale, FL, Nora got quite ill, necessitating our canceling the cruise and coming back to Denver on Friday. We telephoned her MD, and he prescribed an antibiotic which we picked up from a pharmacy in FL.
She is feeling a bit better now, but is still weak. We have trip insurance, which, hopefully, will at least cover the cost of the canceled cruise.
With so many ships coming back to port early with high incidences of Norovirus, it is probably just as well.
So, we are planning some fun days in lieu of the cruise, and, also, I am finalizing 2 colorado legislative projects:
1. The agenda for an invited one-on-one meeting with Reggie Bicha, Colorado Director of Human Serices and Sue Birch, Colorado Medicai Director, regarding my viewpoints on some extremely important proposed legislation that would revamp Medicaid disability procedures here in CO.
2. Several future articles planned for my weekly series directed at our 100 legislators, which seems to be getting a lot of attention from the legislators and others. Truly, it is enjyable at time to point out that "The Emperor Has No Clothes" - at least when that is the case!!
I am trememdously pleased with the responses from the legislators to our articles and especially our legislative Valentine's Day cards and announcements.