Okay I’m a little late to the work from home game but now that I am working from home I get the perks. You can wait to take the shower until mid afternoon (I don’t but I see where that can be appealing). You can get up and move around the house and do chores… Continue reading Home Is The Place You….
2020, I’m sure anyone alive today is sad to see you go but none the less, you have been a learning year. Parents have learned the value of teachers, husbands and wives have learned to let go of the small things, like toothpaste or coffee rights and kids learned to survive parents. We might all… Continue reading Good Night Charlie
As the world has heard we are receiving the first of what will be billions of doses of vaccines, for COVID-19. Which, of course, is now heating up some hot debates in this country. We have the “anti-vaxxers” in one corner, politicians in another and then we have health care workers. Now, as a nurse,… Continue reading Risk & Benefit
In the last two weeks, metrics has become a new word that has caused a lot of chaos. School started two weeks ago here in Oregon and I can’t believe all the differences that can be found. Some schools are small and private and kids are going in person as long as the “metrics” of… Continue reading Metrics