Six Years and Counting

Six Years and Counting

Six years ago today (November 24, 2014), I was diagnosed with a Brain Tumor. It was a total shock as I had no symptoms. Following the CAT Scan in the small community hospital near where I lived, I was admitted to the hospital to wait for the doctor to let me what he...
Turning to My Faith

Turning to My Faith

NOTE: I am re-posting a Blog Post from June 1, 2020 as it expresses where we are today and the mood I am in as a result. I updated some of the stats as some time has passed and they have changed.  When I face challenges that I feel that I have no control over, I turn...
Living Through COVID-19

Living Through COVID-19

COVID 19 is still raging, and it is unclear when we will move to our new normal. Two of the unintended consequence the pandemic has brought are communication challenges and social isolation. In this week’s post, I would like to offer some ideas to help address both....
Celebrating Case Managers

Celebrating Case Managers

It’s Case Management Week! In 1988 I transitioned from traditional nursing into an emerging role that was called ‘case management’. It was a bold step as I did not really know what it was, but I was told “I would be good at it”. What I learned over...
Ready Set VOTE

Ready Set VOTE

In a few weeks, on November 3rd, America will hold an election for President of the United States as well as other topics that various states choose to include on the ballot.  I am writing this post to urge you to make sure are registered and to vote. I have also...

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