This Street is Special

20120514-164343.jpg

Our favorite street in “Historic Leawood District II” is called Sagamore. No idea what makes this area historic considering these houses were build in the 1950’s. Maybe a long time ago it was some Indian battle ground or part of the Santa Fe Trail.

ANYWAYS… Melissa took this picture one afternoon while walking the dog. We have found this is a great way to meet the neighbors who are working on their yards or outside tinkering.

It’s crazy how nice these lawns are. Every blade and leaf perfectly in place. The sad truth is if I was given $5,000 dollars I would spend it on the yard. As completely ridiculous that is to admit, a nice lawn is a freaking art form that beckons to be conquered!

Fun money would first go towards:
1. Yard
2. Backyard patio addition
3. Home music studio
4. New TV

Yard above TV. There goes the man card.

Advertisements

8 thoughts on “This Street is Special

      • (I’m not sure if I’m posting this in the coercrt place as I was unable to post it from the Dashboard.)The type of physician I would like to work with is a gerontologist. A gerontologist specializes in caring for the elderly. I have a fondness for our older population. They built out society and lived in a time that many of us can learn from. I would take great pride in caring for them as they age. In my opinion, working with a doctor that shares my passion and excitement would be the ideal work environment.The type of physician I would not be as excited to work with would be a proctologist. To be completely honest, I just don’t think I have what it takes to be in that environment. It’s important to be professional in any medical environment. I believe my sense of humor would not allow me to be as professional as I would need to be. I would also prefer not to work with ophthalmologist. Several years ago I spent a week with my grandfather at a specialist to have cataracts removed. I found it very difficult to watch the videos of my grandfather’s up coming procedures. It wasn’t difficult caring for my grandfather after surgery, but I must admit the pre-op was an experience that I would not want to assist in on a daily bases.

      • 18.11.2012KatqZdraveite,imame ka6ta na dva etaja ,grub stroej do priokv v s.Beli Iskar..Imame ideq da q prevarnem v ka6ta za gosti no neznaem dali imame pravo i 6ans za nqkakav vid subsidiq po proekt.Blagodarq za otdelenoto vreme.

  1. Even if the anti-SLAPP statute does not apply, there is aenthor option Dr. Kiel could pursue if he prevails against HipSaver: a malicious prosecution lawsuit against counsel for HipSaver.Malicious prosecution actions tend to be disfavored by the courts, because of the potential chilling effect on a citizen’s right to bring a civil dispute to court.The elements of a malicious prosecution case are (1) that the defendant filed and/or prosecuted the underlying civil action; (2) a favorable termination of the prior case, in which the innocence of the former defendant was established; (3) the absence of probable cause, meaning that no reasonable attorney would have considered it to be tenable; (4) malice, which can be implied from a conscious disregard for the consequences, from a lack of probable cause, and from inadequate investigation and research, and (5) damages.Plaintiff’s counsel (i.e., counsel for Dr. Kiel) might bring in an expert witness to try to prove “malice” by comparing what research and investigation a reasonable attorney would have done with what counsel for HipSaver did before filing the case. Counsel for the defendant would argue that the defendant was only representing his client zealously. With respect to damages, there would be Dr. Kiel’s attorneys’ fees, any detriment or harm to his reputation and social standing, emotional or mental suffering. Here I think damages to Dr. Kiel’s professional reputation and social standing would be hard to prove because it seems unlikely that any of his friends and colleagues view HipSaver’s action as anything other than a nuisance lawsuit. If called as witnesses, they would be unlikely to testify that they shunned Dr. Kiel as a result of HipSaver’s lawsuit.Of course, it is quite possible that Dr. Kiel would not think it was worth the time and trouble to bring such an action. He would probably also want to first be reasonably certain that HipSaver’s counsel would be able to pay any resulting judgment.Marilyn

Leave a comment

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s