Last week, on the day before I ran my half marathon, I was called off the cancellation list to have my IUD removed in the operating room. The mental and physical challenges associated with the timing of the procedure in relation to the half marathon were in a field of their own; I was already… Continue reading Always Doubt
I love that people read my blog. And, I love my dedicated readers. Every once in a while I get a little spooked about who might be reading my blog. Like yesterday, for example, someone visited my blog and read a whole lot of posts... In one hour I had 45 hits. That is awesome… Continue reading Who’s Been Reading?
Today was the first experience I had where some told me that my son "can't really focus." I'm sure this will be the first of many of these experiences; however, I suspect that they will never get easier to deal with. A. had an assessment to join a Tae Kwon Do school today. On their… Continue reading He Can’t Really Focus
Babe, where did you go? I'm worried about you dearly. Are you okay? Blogging is difficult because even though you don't physically know people, you know them. All you blogging regulars are my friends and I think about you all the time. Gluten, celiac disease, allergies, upcoming weddings, roses, toenails in the grass, new friends in… Continue reading Dear Babe
People always say to me: "It must be so nice to know everything about medicine because then you don't have to worry about things so much; you already know what to expect." This may be true - sometimes. However, I would argue that the opposite is more accurate, most of the time. Knowing what I… Continue reading Knowledge – The Double Edged Sword