Say Goodbye To Baby

A quick recap for those of you not playing along at home; I have three boys ages 9, 6, and 4.  The four-year-old is about to turn 5 and I'm getting a feeling that it's time to say goodbye to babies. My baby is going to be 5 years old!! He's entering kindergarten in 4 … Continue reading Say Goodbye To Baby

Ode to a Leader

I put off watching The Last Jedi as long as I could.  I am outnumbered in my house.  First, a husband, who is a "man of a certain age"  and Star Wars is very important to this group of men.  Then I have 3 boys.  My oldest is 9 years old and is definitely in … Continue reading Ode to a Leader

I Broke My Patient’s Skull. Tales of a Homecare Physical Therapist.

I know the title sounds ominous but this is truly a great story if you can just stay with me.  This falls into the category of "you just can't make this stuff up." I love it when patients get personal with me.  I love asking about their lives and having them share pieces of themselves.  … Continue reading I Broke My Patient’s Skull. Tales of a Homecare Physical Therapist.

To Work or Not To Work (A Brief History of a Work-aholic)

That title may be a little misleading.  It gives the impression that to work is a voluntary choice.  As that may be the case for many adults, is not the case in mine. I am a physical therapist.  I have been a clinical/staff therapist for 18 years.  I have never worked in management or administration.  … Continue reading To Work or Not To Work (A Brief History of a Work-aholic)

5 Lessons Learned from Parenting with a Brain Injury

          Living with a brain injury can often feel like trying to navigate one of those large corn mazes.  You feel that things are going well until you hit a dead end.  Then you start to re-evaluate where you stand in life and every decision that has lead you to that point.         Living … Continue reading 5 Lessons Learned from Parenting with a Brain Injury