Before we moved to Washington DC last year, we had appointments with all of our doctors in Boston, partly because we wanted to thank them for taking care of us and partly because we were worried that we wouldn’t find such good doctors where we were going.
One of the plusses of our return to Cambridge is that all our doctors are still here and they have welcomed us back.
But each doctor seems to find something to worry about that’s not in their area of expertise. And that leads to more appointments.
I am convinced that going to doctors is what we eighty-somethings do for a living.
That’s why it was such a pleasure to visit our financial advisor the other day. Our financial condition looked healthy, we caught up on each other’s children, and in thirty minutes, we were on our way.
Nothing added to our calendar.