Everything feels so unfortunate... "I love this coat! I'm so glad my mom got the zipper fixed." "No, I didn't get it there, I got this one in Montreal, with my splurge money", remember?" A twinge of sadness - my splurge money... That I won on the first night I joined the splurge group... The… Continue reading So Intertwined
"You can't be that kid standing at the top of the waterslide, overthinking it. You have to go down the chute." ~Tina Fey I really like Tina Fey. That might be the reason I was inclined to pick this quotation. I also really enjoy waterslides, especially those ones that you go down on inner tubes… Continue reading Day 25: Waterslides!
I went to the cafeteria to buy soup for lunch. I left the cafeteria with a platter of Chinese food. Pretty poor food choice, especially for someone who can't run right now. At least I snagged two fortune cookies! (But I'm not even sure if that was a good choice either, given the fortunes) I… Continue reading Poor Choices
Lately there have been a lot of posts circulating on Facebook and blog sites about the choice to go kidless and all good and bad (mostly judgement) that's goes along with it. I'm not going to say that people are missing out by not having kids, and I certainly spend some time wondering how much… Continue reading Things Only Parents Appreciate
Dear Dr. Barry, As a woman, a Canadian, a recently graduated physician, a mother of two young children (both of whom I gave birth to and raised while in medical school), and a future ob-gyn, I am quite appalled by the choices you have made regarding your patient care. Of course, we are all entitled… Continue reading An Open Letter To Chantal Barry