My mother was forever trying g to get me to clean my room. Just like any mother would do with any kid, I assume. Once or twice a week she would make her way into my room, shake her head and say "Jami Lynn pick this place up!" Being the typical kid it usually took… Continue reading Sneezed
20 years ago I made the choice that I was going to join one of the most honorable and noble professions in existence today, I was going to become a Nurse. Seven years later as I walked down to the podium and accepted my degree in Nursing I have done my best to live up… Continue reading It’s An Honor
Every person has a time of year that they love and with that season there is always something that brings about memories of the season. Wether it be sights, smells, etc... there is something that jogs the memory. For me it is always springtime in Bend. It is not my favorite season but the smells… Continue reading Sense of Smell
May 1st, for me, has always signaled to me the beginning of new growth. A time when Central Oregon really blossoms out in flowers, sunshine & WARMTH!!! This May it's all about new beginnings and new mindsets. This last year I've struggled with change and my ways of dealing not only with change but just… Continue reading May Day
I remember a time when Friday night meant football games, late night movies and as summer made its way in to life late night pool parties and just lots of fun! As a mom my view has changed. I still love going out with my husband and seeing late movies but I'm also a realist… Continue reading Friday Night Lights!!!
I know I'm a grown up and in most situations I can totally handle myself but if a dang hairy spider 🕷plops in my view or in my vicinity I AM GONE!!! You've heard of Chicken Little? Well met me, Mrs. Big Chicken!!! They are multi legged, dangle in your face, crawl on walls, can… Continue reading Chicken A Lot
Over the last few days as I've looked and laughed at the memes, pictures and posts that have spiraled in the aftermath of Senator Walsh's comments. I remember being on the floor. Ignoring my bladder to the point of explosion because I had to take care of my patients needs first. I remember not getting… Continue reading Take Time
This Easter has been different than in years past. This was the first Easter Sunday that I celebrated without my parents in town. Which, until today, did not seem like a big deal but it was. I woke up this morning and realized I didn't have plans and didn't have the desire to make them… Continue reading Gathering Memories