Homecoming

  Homecoming Rare diseases happen. They happen to people and they leave impressions on all like a wake against a once sturdy boat afloat in a widening uncertain passageway. Her name was Mildred. She had short hair and wore black rimmed glasses. She was 36 years old. Thirty six was that magical age for me…

1145

1145 In medicine days become long. The more efficient you are the longer the days become. Among the magic you create there seems to be an assumption that time can be arranged stopped and birthed. The quicksand is forever pulling you. You realize you have been allowed to join the fraternity of physicians for so…

Customer Service

Customer Service He was a disheveled man in a gown that was missing a tie on the left so the front would fall of the left shoulder exposing his sunken chest. No one cared because he was slouched in bed and incoherent. A thinner younger man who looked like him sat at his bedside reading…

Designated Driver

Designated driver Residency is a mystery to the vast public. It is a constant flip switch climb. Each month the rotation resets and the learning curve starts again in another aspect of the art. It’s an infuriating back slide but sometimes a reprieve. A fresh rotation can help walk away from drudgery or sometimes too…

Fundamental – a call to to re-present not just represent

Fundamentals – a call to re-present not just represent   What happens when the social understanding of roles and identities begin to fundamentally change? What happens when we are a huge population certainly capable of all gyrations and permutation and stumble upon corrupt and wrong and our initial reaction of shock and awakening to the…