The Cost of Being Nausea and Pain Free

Bridget writes that her treatments for nausea cost $1300 a piece for a nausea patches or $400 a piece pain killers. 

It reminds me why our health care system must change.

It reminds me that while the on-line auction is beyond what I ever dared to hope, her medical costs will go exponential on us.

It reminds me why I will be a pest and remind people that there are so many wonderful things to bid on.  With over 100 items, there are secret ones with very little bid on them, little gems such as

Heavenly Lullabies, Signed CD by Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon

Heavenly Skies & Lullabies, Book/CD signed by Dr. Kathy Reilly Fallon

Basket of First Edition Books from e.E. Charlton-Trujillo and Colleagues

Signed Book and Cover Art Print: Imagination

and  last night April Henry, committed to a signed book if bidding for her manuscript critique reaches $150.

There was a wonderful article in the Oregonian about Bridget last week.

Friday, there is the silent auction in Portland, OR at the Lucky Lab, 915 SE Hawthorne. It is the official Portland Kidlit Drink Night and everyone is invited.

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