This was my first full week back at work after a glorious two- week vacation. It’s summer and the schedule’s been light, but there’s still lab results and paperwork to catch up with. And, we had the orientation for the first year medical student interviewing […]
Another thoughtful, clever and enjoyable essay from scientist and writer Lara Freidenfelds: Sorry, I’m Disabled. Oh Wait, I’m Not Sorry, Just Disabled.
Okay, our five-year-old just wrote a “silly book” (his words) encouraging maximum disobedience, disgusting behavior, and general nastiness. (See the entire thing below.) Babyboy has been creating “books” for over a year. These are doodles and words that sometimes tell a story, but more often […]
I have witnessed my own family, friends, and patients experience massive, painful losses, and I’ve often wished to God that I knew the exact right words to say, the words that would make it easier for them. But I don’t know. Like most physicians, who […]
This is not a cat blog, but. If you’ve been following, you know that we just adopted an adorable little stray cat from a local shelter, and (oops!) she just happens to be pregnant. Our vet is lovely, and when she confirmed my suspicions that […]
I just read the below highly entertaining post by Dr. Jen Gunter, and I have to share. Of course, I’m a primary care doc for women who also loves cats, so, I may be biased: As a pain medicine physician one of the hardest parts […]