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Reach Out

This morning I was going about my schedule for today. Pray, exercise, decaf, shower, dress up, click open laptops, start the “to do list”. Then I got a message that the sister of my schoolmate/friend had died. Mind you, we were last together almost 30 years ago (medical school). This is actually when and whereContinue reading “Reach Out”

The Sound of Silence

“Hello darkness, my old friendI’ve come to talk with you againBecause a vision softly creepingLeft its seeds while I was sleepingAnd the vision that was planted in my brainStill remainsWithin the sound of silence” This tune is actually the ringtone for my phone. I love the haunting melody, it doesn’t make me sad, just remindsContinue reading “The Sound of Silence”

Sacrifice

It’s been an interesting week to say the least. Someone posted a meme on social media with the Joker (as 2020) showing the clown from It (as 2021) around, helping him navigate his new workplace (the world). I actually chuckled a bit for that one. Anyway- the common theme that came across during this pastContinue reading “Sacrifice”

Resolutions

Admit it. Every year around this time we start writing down all the things we resolve to do by the end of the year. Lose weight. More money. Learn a new thing. There is absolutely nothing wrong with having resolutions for the year. The key is making those resolutions manageable strategically. Oh, you thought IContinue reading “Resolutions”

Butterfly

This morning as I was looking for the right necklace to match my stay at home outfit (yes- I am one of those people), I came across a butterfly pin that made me pause. Mind you, I had seen this pin on many occasions while looking for the right accessory for the day. And usuallyContinue reading “Butterfly”

T’is the Season

Where I am, there is snow on the ground and the temperature is a bit cold. Our teams are manning the antibody infusion tents for those with mild to moderate Covid19. These same team members are also getting their vaccines to protect their patients, colleagues, friends and family. So there appears to be hope onContinue reading “T’is the Season”

Sunday Morning

There is something about Sunday mornings. Whether I was on call or working from home or at a meeting or just home. Sundays felt like a reset. A day to take stock of last week and then plan for the new one. A day to reflect on what is going on in my life andContinue reading “Sunday Morning”

Broadway

I was hanging up Christmas decorations at home and had my music tuned to, not holiday music, but Broadway show tunes. I love Broadway. And that includes the off Broadway productions – so I’ll say I love live theater. Sitting in the audience, excited, waiting for the curtains to open (if not already). The orchestraContinue reading “Broadway”

Rain

This morning I woke up to see gray skies and rain. What was interesting is that it didn’t make me feel gloomy at all. Rather I felt like a kid who gets to put on their raincoat and galoshes to jump around in a puddle. For me, I guess, my mental state needs to seeContinue reading “Rain”

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