When people think of Colorado, rain is not usually their first thought. Snow, sunshine, mountains usually come to mind. I think that’s because most years we are lucky to get 15 inches of rain, usually we average around 12. Last week we got 17 inches, most of it in one day. Needless to say the […]More
I am a wife, mommy, and ER doctor, sometimes all at once and sometimes one at a time.
Caedmon has reached the age where he likes to do what he sees the rest of us doing. I remember this stage with Leighton, but it seems more pronounced and apparent with Caedmon, perhaps because he has a bigger brother that he is following and imitating. One of the areas that I have seen this […]More
As promised I will provide some Korean words that I am learning. I have been listening to podcasts from http://www.talktomeinkorean.com and have kind of figured out how to say “hi” and “thank you”. I’ll start with “hi” for this lesson. 안녕 + 하세요 = 안녕하세요. [an-nyeong] [ha-se-yo] Unless you can read Korean, I reccommend going […]More
If you have ever been to a Home Depot on the first Saturday of the month then you have probably noticed the kids workshop that they put on. It’s organized chaos really. The concept is great, design a craft that kids can build/construct, and give the kit to kids with their own Home Depot Apron […]More
We don’t watch much TV at our house. Very little in fact. We watch the Bronco games, often we record it and fast forward through most of it. And then Clint and I will watch Master Chef and Biggest Loser, but other than occasionally (like once every two weeks) turning on the news while getting […]More
I think there are very few places where one gets a full view and breadth of society. I think the ER is one of them. Emergencies (or urgencies, or sometimes just plain drama) happen to everyone no matter age, race, sex, religion, or socio economic status. And they don’t happen at scheduled intervals either. Last […]More