Go Fund Me. com is a wonderful site. It helps people that truly are in need. It also oddly enough helps to catch people that are lying through their teeth and frankly, deserve to be swatted on the backside. Way this sudden odd post from me? Well, recently a Go Fund Me page was started… Continue reading Liar Liar 🤥
My brother and his family have finally moved to Bend!!! They were originally going to move to Redmond but instead found a place here and it's close to our place. Yay!!! My brother's relieved to finally have a place that is his own and Hannah is thankful to have her family all together again. My… Continue reading The Brother Has Landed
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
Here's to the start of a great week!
I spent two years on the float team at what was then just the BMC. As one of the few RN's on the team that meant I was able to float back into the Cardiology Nurse Triage room. They did everything from answer triage calls to running the Nuclear stress tests and they worked closely… Continue reading When News Changes You
Fall is on of my favorite seasons. There's leaves falling, logs burning in fireplaces, weather can be chilly but still mild and walks are long and fulfilling. Not to mention school is starting!!!! Yes, it is the perfect time of year. Coffee tastes better, pumpkin pie is around the corner and for some reason The… Continue reading Welcoming Fall
My daughters love the movie Leap! (2016). It's an animated movie about an orphan girl named, Felicie, who dreams of escaping the orphanage and becoming a ballerina in the big city of Paris. The movie moves at such a brisk pace she and her best-friend Victor within the first 10 minutes succeed in escaping. Both… Continue reading Be Somebody
Every other Thursday our allergy department makes the 15 mile trip to the next town over of Redmond. It takes about 20-25 minutes (depending on traffic) to get there and I spend some of the days thinking about my former life there when I worked at the St. Charles Hospital of Redmond. Yesterday my thoughts… Continue reading Redmond Daze