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Bothwell Regional Health Center
Bothwell Regional Health Center

Jack’s Journey To A Healthy Heart: Update for March 9, 2013

I made it through another week of rehab at Bothwell Hospital. I have to admit, I did not lose any weight this time in spite of the fact that I was required to spend more time on all of the equipment.

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: “Washington Park”

I am still hearing about this story that appeared in the Sedalia Democrat Feb. 29, 2000. It was even popular with those too young to remember when the park was still around.

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Rosie the Riveter
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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: “Mom Was a Riveter Too”

Everyone has heard about "Rosie the Riveter.”  Well, my mother was a riveter too.  She didn't put planes or tanks together, but like Rosie, it was hard work done by hand, for not much pay, and it helped her win her own private war.

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Bothwell Regional Health Center
Bothwell Regional Health Center

Jack’s Heart Health Update for March 1, 2013

It is time for another update on my cardio rehab at the Bothwell Hospital Rehab Center. My schedule has changed and now I don’t have to get up and around as early as before. I changed classes from 7:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m., something my wife liked too. The workouts are getting longer and harder, but that is as expected.

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Jack’s Heart Health Update for February 24, 2013

Well, I have had several sessions at the rehab center of Bothwell Hospital, and I am enjoying them, I guess because I feel like I am at last doing something that is good for my health. I will have to admit the exercise has made me a little sore in spots, but I think that is a sign that I really need the activity.

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A Collection of Poems by Jack Miller

As a young man, I would never have admitted to writing poetry or singing love songs to my wife, but at the age I am now I can confess that I still do both. The poems I chose to put in my books are ones that do not need to be deciphered, and some people might think of them as too simple. I do feel obliged to inform the reader that some editors agree with that point of view, and some of the poems were rejected by several publications who know a lot more about poetry than I do. I am from Missouri, however, and have to be shown, so I invite criticism from anyone who cares to give me their comments.

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Steam Engine
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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: “The Monsters That Lived Down The Street”

This Mid-Missouri Memory is about a special love in my life. Those smoke belching, steam spitting trains that ran through Sedalia while I grew up just two blocks away. Was anything more frightening, and at the same time more fascinating to small children? I don’t think so.

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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: “The Old House”

The poetry part of "The Old House" was published in Country Folks Magazine in July of 1999.

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US Navy Destroyer
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A TinCan Man’s Story: A Poem by Jack Miller

To understand the following poem, you will have to know that a sailor never loses his love for the ships he has served on or the seas he has sailed. You will also have to imagine an old sailor, too old for the sea, sitting at a bar talking to the only person who will listen to his sea stories.

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Bell Bottoms
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Jack’s Mid-Missouri Memories: “13 Buttons”

The bell bottom thirteen button gaberdine uniform I owned for a short time as a young sailor is still, in my mind, the coolest thing I have ever worn, in or out of the navy. Just re-reading this memory makes me long for the feel and look of them.

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