Yes, people can be here one minute and gone the next.
My heart goes out to the family of Lisa Marie Presley and I send them my deepest condolences.
Lisa Marie Presley died too young and of similiar conditions to her father and grandmother. I can’t help but wonder if they had an undiagnosed disease that if diagnosed might have been averted using new medications.
Greif does strange things to people.
The vultures are already circling around as her mother is contesting the latest will that gives all of Lisa’s estate to her children. There are questions about the validity of the will presented as the most current.
My great-grandfather, grandfather and mother all died of sudden cardiac arrest. After genetic testing it was confirmed that my sister has the same disease (familial hypercholesteremia type II), so she has been prescribed Repatha to reduce her cholesterol by elimination of the deadly compound. I went to the same endroconologist and have also been prescribed Repatha. Within 6 weeks my bad cholestrol levels decreased from 2.25 high to 1.75 within range. Meanwhile, my nephew’s doctor won’t prescribe Repatha because he doesn’t “believe in it”. Instead, my nephew is on 80 Mg of Crestor (2x the usual maximum) and still has high cholesterol. Yes, Repatha is expensive ($600 per month for 2 shots) but quit treating health issues with “beliefs” and use science instead.
The Observation Tower at Edward Medard Conservation Park is the first one I’ve seen that is Handicap Accessible. The long ramps make it easy for anyone to climb to the top. There’s no fear of falling between the open grid steps, as the ramps are solid and made of long lasting materials. The view was excellent from the top where Rickie and I found a young man taking a nap.