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Stories from The Infectious Disease Clinic

My shoulder aches like a heavy bruise from the particles they injected into it, making it difficult to pick up the lightest of objects.

Yesterday, I couldn’t help but to think about the seriousness of the title, “Infectious Disease Clinic” as I frantically fought through the maze at the BAMC (Brooks Army Medical Center, a hospital). 734 more words

Travel

Projects for Fiscal Year 2017–18—Part 5 (conclusion)

By BGR Staff

23. U.S.: Urban Farming in Detroit

Nearly 40% of Detroit residents live below the poverty line and 21% of metro Detroiters are food insecure. 1,174 more words

Engaged Buddhism

In Vietnam, Motorbikes build relationships

In Việt Nam, the majority of the population drive motorbikes.  I learned how to drive a motorbike when I was around 13 years old.  It has been a big part of our people, the Vietnamese.   275 more words

About Me

Meanwhile, in the middle of nowhere... 

Thonglor, Laos

My Prince Charming at work, charming the guitar off the little daughter of the lady of our guesthouse. She didn’t want to let him go for our evening stroll, but sorry little lady, he’s taken…

Vietnam

Hue and Hoi An, Vietnam (6/23/17 - 6/27/17)

I’m currently sitting in a cafe in Hoi An having accidentally ordered a three course meal at 11am. It’s currently 12:16 and I’ve only made it through the first course: 3 spring rolls, 3 squid wontons, and a calamari salad. 2,686 more words