Author Archives: Richard Koerner

About Richard Koerner

Seventy something, father, papi, educator, organizer, Francophile, traveler, amateur photographer, gardener, cyclist, kayaker, calligrapher, cinephile, reader, and overall renaissance type human being.

Sandwich Boards

  We are living in a time period of strife and change and hopefully it shall move toward something better. We are in a time where empathy and kindness have often been locked away and we need to be even … Continue reading

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The Roller Coaster of Life

It has been a week already since my diagnosis of lymphoma (MCL or Mantle Cell Lymphoma) and I am seriously avoiding googling the explanation as I show no current symptoms of the disease and I still have to have a … Continue reading

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Computer Research

  Have you ever done some research on your computer, iPad, or even your iPhone only to have it bite you in the behind?   New to the idea that I am healthy and yet have an invading disease within … Continue reading

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Grateful

  We just got home from a wonderful weekend that was supposed to happen during the Pandemic. It was a weekend in Santa Fe, New Mexico, a place that neither Mary Kay nor I had ever visited. It was a  … Continue reading

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“Indolent,” he said.

  “Indolent,” he said, “…it is indolent.” Indolent is the opposite of me. I cannot sit still, I have never been considered lazy. Yet, indolent was used to describe the lymphoma that I was diagnosed with on Thursday, the 3rd … Continue reading

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