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
June is in full swing and as most allergy sufferers know that means itchy eyes, runny noses, clearing the throat & constant sneezing reign supreme for what feels like forever!!! According to the AAAAI (American Academy of Asthma, Allergy & Immunology), roughly 17.6 million adults have seasonal allergies. Notice I said adults, which means that… Continue reading Season of Sneezes
We all are sick of quarantine. Some people have been a lot more vocal about it than others but no matter we are all tired of being indoors. I get it. Actually, out of all the countries, IN THE WORLD, I’m fairly certain the United States has been lockdown far less than anywhere else. Never… Continue reading What’s The Plan, Stan?
Redmond days for us are ALWAYS busy. These patients know when we are here and they on top of it. They come in like clock work for their shots, usually in packs, some it their time, some don't and then they leave. Every time I'm in Redmond is always an adventure but yesterday will probably… Continue reading Never A Dull Day