An public health physician who, through poetry, tears, and a pinch of humor, reflects on her life living in the world of medicine, patient care, and whimsical daydreaming.
• Faux Cap, Southern Madagascar •
Taken around Thanksgiving time, these girls were part of the dear family I lived with during my time in Madagascar. Although they didn’t seem to have a lot, they were always joyful and thankful, and seeing this photo reminds me again that we should not be any different.
Wishing everyone in the States a wonderful Thanksgiving week!
An ebbing of tides
flowing to insatiable vastness,
the ever taunting malcontent
of a wearisome soul.
Lulled by nature’s melodies
lost by its faint eternal glow,
a sacredness of peace
If you have been following this blog, you may recall that I have a new book out focused on the self-management of chronic conditions titled Being Empowered for a Healthy Heart.
While the book is sold on Amazon, I wanted to ensure that the book would be available at a more accessible price for those within this WordPress community that I value so much.
Therefore, for anybody who may be interested in obtaining a copy for themselves or for a loved one living with chronic conditions, I am making Being Empowered available directly through this blog for $8 USD (plus $2 shipping).
If you would like to obtain one at this price, please use the link below (links on other pages will yield a different price):
Wishing you all good health this holiday season,
George would like to wish you all a lovely weekend but also to let you know that he will have his eye on you…