It’s the Little Things

My Birchbox came today. Yes, I pay for samples. It’s a fun girly treat once a month. You never know what you might get. It’s kind of like a phone call before caller ID. It was a risk to answer, but sometimes it just might be the cute boy in your homeroom class. In today’s … Continue reading

Vegas Kinda Christmas

I’m missing Nevada.  Hard. This past week, I’ve seen everyone starting to plan their holidays and trips to the Opportunity Village Magical Forest, Ethel M. Chocolates Christmas Walk,  Town Square, Green Valley/The District, and even the Speedway.  *sigh*  Las Vegas and Henderson do up Christmas right.  Even with no snow. And yes, even the Strip … Continue reading

My Bachelorette Days

There comes a time here or there when Big E must travel for work.  I miss him when he’s gone, but it does allow me to do some things that I just can’t do when he’s around.  Like take up the whole couch with magazines.  Eat cereal for dinner. Park the truck in the middle … Continue reading

Food for Thought

A patient brought me a granola bar she likes because she thinks I work too hard not to get to snack occasionally. All of my patients do this. They spoil me with food and cards and books and magazines. They are always concerned with my needs and wants and life. They also all have cancer. … Continue reading

I Run.

“Jogging is very beneficial. It’s good for your legs and your feet. It’s also very good for the ground. It makes it feel needed.”   — Charles Schulz  

Haves and Have nots

No, this is not a post about the shrinking middle class.  That is for another day.  I am a closet political science and economy geek (my first major at IU was Economics after all), but I don’t have the energy to research, type long-winded logical thoughts, and then energize the shield from ignorant baffoons who … Continue reading