Not All Heros Wear Capes

This post is dedicated to every person in health care working to stop the spread of Coronavirus/COVID-19. Every housekeeper… Everyone working food services… Everyone in linen… Every mechanic… Everyone working supply chain… Every information technology person… Every social worker… Every counselor… Every clerk… Everyone answering the phones… Everyone in billing… Everyone in OT/PT… Every administrator……

Santa Claus Is Coming…

The Christmas season is officially here!  I know a lot of other bloggers beat me to the first official Christmas post and lord are their pictures looking amazing!  I’m excited to have my first one done and will be oohhhing and aaahhhing over everyone else’s picture for the next several weeks.  🙂 Christmas always has…

Leave It In The Mudroom

About two years ago, I went up to Philly to visit my sister.  One of the plans for that trip was to help her pack up a large portion of their house as they were getting ready to remodel it.  One of the things they were doing was adding a mudroom coming into the house. …

I Thought I Was Done With Research…

When I finished grad school, I thought I was done with having to do research.  Boy was I wrong! I shared on Facebook last night that I had failed a visual field test I took a couple of weeks ago.  Failing this test was a very good thing because it means my health care insurance…

The Comforts of Home

Its been a crazy week and work and that is just going to continue for me for a while.  As I have written before, we are horribly short staffed and so I am still covering odd shifts and hours.  The good news is that part of the reason this week is so crazy is because…

Evening Reading

My dad’s mother, while originally from our hometown in Virginia, spent most of her life growing up in New Orleans after my great grandfather got out of the army following World War I.  While my grandmother moved back to Virginia when she married my grandfather, all of her siblings remained in New Orleans for the…