Silo is a term being used quite a bit and according to the definition with a Google search, “isolate (one system, process, department, etc.,) from others,” makes sense to me. I currently have just over 1050 patients in my practice, and according to the definition my practice is as I would describe “pseudo-siloed”. I prefer … More Food for thought in a “Pseudo-Siloed approach”
Being diagnosed and treated for Ocular Histoplasmosis in my thirties, I am very thankful for the prompt care received. I have included a link from the National Eye Institute for general information.https://nei.nih.gov/health/histoplasmosis/histoplasmosis I was raised in the Ohio river valley area of the Midwest where Histoplasma Capsulatum fungus lives. I do not recall ever being … More Ocular Histoplasmosis, a leading cause of blindness in 20-40 year olds
A great weekend battery recharged, time spent with family, painting our historied couch, and relishing Dr. Sandeep Jauhar’s book, Doctored. As I think of the impending buzz of Monday at the office in the quiet hours of the morning several factors come to mind. I am looking forward to the routine, coffee making and laboratory … More Looking forward to Monday morning
I think we all have the same one piece of furniture in our married lives. Bought early on before kids, one of the first together for an old house in our distant memories, with memories. Moved to another house, new with new memories to make. The couch resurfaced out of necessity because of a pit … More The Couch
Yesterday morning was a rare magical time. My wife who has morphed over time from teacher to potter with child bearing between, now has a hive of creativity all her own. Between our elliptical routines hers ending mine to begin, we trotted out to the studio. She has been six years learning gas fire technique … More High Fire
Thank you for the invitation to your tweetchat today. I had never made the connection before, but blogging and painting are not terribly different mediums. I use to paint a bit over 20 years ago but life got in the way and the switch got turned off. I have always wanted to start up again, … More Thank you Marie Ennis-O’Connor, “Repetition”
Fleeting, mysterious, ever changing and evasive, Impossible to catch, capture, pin down, But just for a moment before it vanishes, It can be shared.
So why? When is it complete? How do I turn it off? Should I? Can I? I don’t quite understand. But the vague ache, tug, chest cavity enveloped nudging, pushing, pulling sensation, intermittent but persistent calls. There is nothing in it for me, I know where I am, going, will end up. I am content, … More Why?