Month: June 2015

Waste Not, Right? Update On The Garden Project

Waste Not, Right? Update On The Garden Project

In March, the kids and I planted a ridiculous number of seeds. I have never in my entire life grown anything from seeds before, so I didn’t expect much. Lo and behold, we ended up with a ridiculous number of seedlings. And now, we have a CRAZY […]

A Perfectly Imperfect Start To The Workweek

A Perfectly Imperfect Start To The Workweek

I love Mondays. My clinic doesn’t start until afternoon, so after Hubby pulls out of the driveway to drop the kids at school, I have a bit of personal time. This is, of course, assuming that Hubby isn’t traveling, no kids are sick, I’m not […]

When The Sky Is Falling… How Do You Tell Your Kids?

When The Sky Is Falling… How Do You Tell Your Kids?

Our public library is now in regular and highly anticipated rotation. We take both kids, and we walk out of there with ridiculous piles of children’s books. I never noticed this before, but in reading aloud to my two trusting and sheltered preschoolers, I’ve realized that many classic tales […]

Primary Care Provider/ Therapist

Primary Care Provider/ Therapist

I was driving in a neighboring town last week, and I noticed a sign on an office building: Metropolis Primary Care and Counseling: Your Medical and Psychological Resource* I chuckled to myself. Brilliant! Of course, why not put it right out there. Possibly 75% of my job […]

Actually, The Primary Care Doctor Can’t Go Unplugged…

Actually, The Primary Care Doctor Can’t Go Unplugged…

Last weekend, I enjoyed a whole 48 hours without checking my clinical account. That meant not checking on lab or imaging results, patient messages, or colleague’s messages through the electronic chart portal. I did, however, check my work email, since real emergency-type things will trigger […]