Today is a beautiful day for those living in my part of the NorthEast. Just stepping outside makes me feel happy. It’s Sunday and there is hope for the upcoming week.
I will, however, concede that there are so many things I have to take care of. Fires to put out. Conversations to have. Strategies to put into place. With limited time and resources.
This is not a new situation that I find myself in. I am sure there are many of you out there with similar feelings and agendas that need tending.
So as I feel the warmth of the sun on my face and the cool breeze across my skin, I try not to stress too much about it all.
Yes, today I made it to the morning virtual session.
And I logged on to virtually cheer for the KSOD team competing this weekend.
Now I’m heading out for a telemedicine session followed by a Hospice & Palliative Medicine session.
Then will be home to prepare for the upcoming week which requires addressing student, resident, faculty, leadership, administrator, patient, community, state, national and global issues.
And tonight will hopefully have one of my favorite meals – sushi/sashimi – for dinner.
But for now.
I am enjoying the warmth of the sun on my face and the cool breeze on my skin.
Enjoy your moments.