Wife of a Surgeon
Reader, when I first started this blog, I did not want to tell Surgeon.
We’re private people, with limited social media involvement, and don’t really care to share our lives outside of close friends and relatives. 466 more words
5 days, 14 hours ago
26th November 2014: Sydney, Australia
I went to bed feeling nauseous, and eventually reflected on past feelings, particularly a moment leading up to being placed on Chemotherapy. 141 more words
1 week, 3 days ago
The Journal of 'Dr. R'
It’s not a bad thing to do something out of the ordinary. It doesn’t have to break the bank or have to be spectacular or flashy, just something unique to you that gets you out of the rut. 8 more words
1 week, 5 days ago
Ups and downs, life’s rough and a kick up the backside can remind us of the better days but those better days won’t stay in the past forever.
There seems to be an ingrained scribble into the fabric of life; the need justify oneself to humans of fickle thoughts.
People view the world from their own perspective. 452 more words
2 weeks ago
Surgeon is about start PGY5. On top of being chief and the surgery scheduler (I am sure there is an official title for this, but so far, I’ve not caught on), he is now interviewing for… 605 more words
2 weeks, 2 days ago
You know, holidays are a great place for renewals. I have just returned from a Trip to the Barcelona bit of Spain with my family. We drove there and back, from Newcastle upon Tyne in England, in a minibus. 349 more words
2 weeks, 5 days ago