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
I'm not a newbie to road trips. I used to take my oldest on them all the time. We would hop in the car and just go. Stop along the way, grab snacks at stores where we stopped to use the potty, listen to music and generally just have a great time. Now I realize… Continue reading Road Trips
I'm a baseball fan. I grew up watching the Bend Phillies and the Bend Rockies when they were the minor league teams for the majors. I spent a lot of my summer nights at those games. My grandparents had box seats and we were there all the time. Catching popflys, eating ice cream out of… Continue reading Curve Balls
Mondays look a whole lot different when you have the day off. My doctor is on vacation and even though our shot clinic is still open I worked the Friday half day and took Monday full day off. My partner in crime, Jen, so did not think this out right. Silly lady!!! But really I… Continue reading Splash Time
Earlier today I learned that a man I went to high school with passed away in a tragic accident. He was a firefighter, husband, father and friend to so many. The grief and outpouring from our community has been awesome to watch and it's also made me think. None of us are guaranteed another day.… Continue reading What’s your legacy?