Creative Blogger AwardAwards

Getting to Know PuppyDoc…

5 Things One Should Know About PuppyDoc

♦ The nickname ‘Puppy’ was granted by her peers in medical school who stated that Phoebe was “loyal, affectionate, and playful…just like a real live puppy…”

♦ Despite having been chased by a machete-wielding villager (the villager had a nightmarish dream that PuppyDoc was a witch…bless his heart) and getting malaria and Dengue fever multiple times, PuppyDoc continues to aspire to volunteer abroad. 

♦ PuppyDoc has a very large, squishy, soft spot in her heart reserved for the elderly.

♦ PuppyDoc has a very fluffy, affectionate cat named Samantha, whom she loves very much.

♦ Above all, Phoebe loves medicine and hopes that she never loses the joy of caring for others…

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Thank you so much, Elaine, from Pocket Full of Words, for nominating me for this award. You have a wonderfully enjoyable blog. I encourage all bloggers to visit her site to get a taste of her beautiful writing!

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My Nominations for the Creative Blogger Award (Blogs I appreciate, in no particular order)

Amity of Amity-State of Mind

Annie of Gentle Kindness

Ameena of Randoms by a Random

Tux and his Human of Tux the Dapper Gent

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With love,


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17 replies »

  1. Nice read😊 thanks for sharing.

    I love it that we both share ‘soft spot for the elderly in common’
    I might get to work with you someday… You the Doc, I the nurse…☺️😜

    Thanks for the nomination.
    I am so grateful
    Only that I got me a new cub in the shadow. My hands re full for now, reason why I have been so silent on my blog.
    I do hope to return once my cub is strong enough… I will then reply to the nomination.
    Thanks again 😘

  2. Médecins Sans Frontières is an admirable humanitarian group so it will be a noble aspiration for any who wish to join, Phoebe. I have written a tribute to them in one of my poems, as I do support them too. 🙂

  3. Well let’s hope that this Doc, who has a soft spot for the elderly, stays in the US with her loving ways and continues to care for the people that need her here. We need great doctors like her.

  4. Omg I can almost picture you running from that crazed villager with that machete… I loved finding out more about you…. you are a very beautiful person inside and out.. (will def check out Pocket Full of words) Ps Now I am going to worry about you though just a bit when you go back overseas ….buy your own machete… 🙂

    • Hahaha…it does conjure up quite an image, doesn’t it? Fortunately it was him just having a bad dream about me being an evil witch, but we got that clarified eventually. But yes, a machete might not be an unreasonable investment for the future… 😉

  5. A wonderful profile. The world really needs more people like you and it is a pleasure to know you, if only via blogging and the internet! All the very best for the future. Take care.

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