Author Archives: Dr Wiseley

Joined the Board at the Renaissance Society

I recently joined the board as a Member at Large and was assigned to the Continuous Improvement Group.  Lots of professionals already in the group so I can slowly get my feet wet as we try to help the Board … Continue reading

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My web site

By the way, I am having trouble with my web site (www.wiseley.org) so I haven’t been able to update it for a few months. We’re doing fine and were starting to get some warmer weather in Sacramento. We finally got … Continue reading

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Staying In

As of this last Monday, all classes, support groups, doctor visits and association meetings have been cancelled or moved online.  We only go out for necessities and avoid people.  “You ain’t seen nothing yet,” Jack O’Connell of the Sac Bee … Continue reading

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Weight loss Adventure

On January 15th, 2020, I started a weight loss program through Kaiser to get rid of the 40 pounds I’ve gained since 2014. As of this writing, 17 days into the program, I have lost about 7.5 lbs.  The weight … Continue reading

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Summer 2018

Summer is coming to a close with mild weather (so far) in Sacramento! It was hot in Sacramento this summer with lots of smoke from the forest fires surrounding us. Now and then we got a cool evening that lasted … Continue reading

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Fall 2017 at the Renaissance Society

This semester has been very interesting with my Top 10 U.S. Issues class in the morning and Time Travel in the afternoon. Top 10 issues topics so far have been: Income Inequality – with the Inequality for All (Reich, 2013) … Continue reading

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The Heat Wave adventure

What an adventure. Spent a week in Sac during the 108 degree heat wave preparing for a 10 day trip to the Oregon Coast (aka., 61 degree high) and had no clue what to pack. I ended up packing winter, … Continue reading

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Spring Classes have Ended

Over the past 13 weeks I have been going to classes on Friday at Sacramento State under the auspices of the Sacramento renaissance society. My first morning class was Medical Rights and Wrongs and was structured around the progress of … Continue reading

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Fall is definitely here!

Most of the leaves on my fruitless mulberry are gone.  The compost bin is getting fuller and the temps are down to the 50s in the daytime.  Still not much rain but our hopes are high with the projected weather … Continue reading

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Spring has sprung

Another gorgeous spring. Lavender is blooming, pollen falling like the lazy frozen mist of winter, and leaves popping up through the dry but misted earth.  The last of the oranges and lemons are calling to be picked.  The golf courses … Continue reading

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