Month: October 2013

Ripped From The Family

Ripped From The Family

Last week, on Monday afternoon, Hubby got the call from home that our nephew had died. It was and continues to be brutal, surreal… He was 25 years old. I’ll call him “Hunter”. Hunter was funny; he was disarming; he was loving. Everyone agreed, he […]

A (brief, exhausted) birthday reflection

A (brief, exhausted) birthday reflection

I am so, so tired right now, which shouldn’t surprise, as I’m the 41 year old (as of today) working mother of two kids in diapers, who also both have the croup. Tuesday after the long weekend, we knew Babyboy had the sniffles and a […]

How a fun little book dredged up buried memories of my intern year….

How a fun little book dredged up buried memories of my intern year….

I started this blog in… 2010? And I realize that over time, I’ve been writing less about clinical matters, and more about family matters. I hypothesize that this is because I’ve become more comfortable as a doctor, and less conflicted in my work, and thus […]

The Comfort of a Cat

The Comfort of a Cat

So, people who read this know that I’m basically a crazy cat lady. So it’s not that suprising that our kids have both chosen plush kitties for loveys. Yes, they’ve had a vast array of choices: each has piles of all kinds, sizes, colors fuzzy […]