I remember once, when I was about 13 or 14, flying to Vancouver Island with my mom. We saw people she knew in Calgary and Vancouver. I was like “what the heck?”; we lived in a small farming community so how could my mom know so many people?
Fast forward to my kids going anywhere with me when they were teenagers. It kind of drove them a bit crazy that I would find people whom I knew to stop and visit with.
Flying thousand of miles away should probably have prevented that. Or so you Continue reading
It’s a day of mixed emotions for me as Saskatoon Team Broken Earth leaves for another medical mission in Haiti. I was disappointed that by the time the Continue reading
It was another whirlwind trip to a National Park but well worth the time and energy. And trust me, it took a bit of energy because of why I was there.
I had signed up for a Continue reading
I’ve blogged lots about balance as it relates to mental challenges. I’ve blogged about cancer and mental health. I’ve never blogged about Continue reading
A year ago today I touched down in Haiti and our medical mission touched the lives of poverty stricken Haitians. But it also profoundly touched my life and perhaps Continue reading
I am quite proficient at procrastination which is why I was so elated to have completed my Haiti power point significantly early. Now I was extremely delated at the Continue reading
Nursing week is winding down, the treats fade away for another year. The glamour remains Continue reading
I would definitely have to say that I’ve been out of sorts for a Continue reading
The most common question I’ve heard since our return is “how was it?”. I don’t have a Continue reading
I played hokey on Thursday am and left my surgical team hard at work while I Continue reading