If I wasn’t a parent, being on call wouldn’t be so bad. Except for these pathetically outdated pagers with the visually challenging black-on-green screens. One is forced to squint — painfully — in order to read the message. There was an effort to switch over […]
Month: September 2017
My heart goes out to those directly impacted by any of the many natural and man-made disasters going on right now. I’m obsessed with my news feed, anxiously scanning coverage of Hurricane Maria in the Caribbean, rescues from the rubble of Mexico city, the suffering […]
Rather than reflect on one of the unfortunately abundant apocalyptic current events, I’m going to describe a small, simple moment of peace. My family was driving home from a rare dinner out. The workweek had been hectic. Whose workweek isn’t, right? We were stopped at […]
Just shared an embarrassing story from this past weekend over at Mothers in Medicine. Type A healthcare professionals, this may apply to you!