I want you to know that I see you there. I may be in and out of the room Continue reading
On yet another goodbye, goat-dreaming, and having your cornbread all confused.
I don’t think he ever quite got over the fact that I grew up eating biscuits for supper and cornbread for breakfast. Continue reading
When you can still hear his Amen.
Meet Don Kemp. He came into my life when I was 9 years old and totally rocked my world. We blended two families, moved across country a few times, and went through life together. Continue reading
When today is just all you’re gonna get.
It was late in the afternoon on my first shift of two-in-a-row. So far, it had been a pretty calm day – a rare gift on my crazy unit. My patient team had been manageable, I was amazingly caught up on my charting, and everything was looking pretty good for an on-time departure.
Then my phone rang – I had a new patient coming up from the ED. Continue reading
When I wake up wishing for you.
I wish my son and his wife could be here today. I wish my son-in-law didn’t have to spend this day wearing a badge, protecting our city. I wish we didn’t need him to.