You and the recipient both have classy paperweights, substantial fountain pens, and completely illegible yet very sophisticated signatures; you’re probably both “scary good” at oral sex and are open to everything, but have also mastered the art of saying “no.”“Yours”: No one knows what the hell this means. You’re basically in a virtual-reality maze where question marks are bouncing through the air amid wacky fart sounds.“Thanks”: This is completely sarcastic.“Sincerely”: This is the way Abraham Lincoln always signed off, so take that for what it’s worth.“Peace out!
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If you saw her at home, she would be grimly bouncing on an exercise ball, muttering, “All best, all best, all best, all best” and wondering whom to say it to next.“Best”: This indicates the highest level of effortless elegance and agility in business affairs.
If you are signing off “Best,” you are clearly in the middle of an intensely legitimate correspondence.
The 90-year-old woman in the San Diego-area nursing home was quite clear, said Dr. She didn’t want aggressive measures to prolong her life. But when Steinberg, a palliative care physician, relayed those wishes to the woman’s daughter, the younger woman would have none of it.“She said, ‘I don’t agree with that. “I said, ‘Let’s talk about it.’”Instead of arguing, Steinberg used an increasingly popular tool to resolve the impasse last month.
He brought mother and daughter together for an advance-care planning session, an end-of-life consultation that’s now being paid for by Medicare.