Callisto, the wonderful dog we adopted seven years ago, passed away peacefully after a short battle with disease. She leaves
Did I ever tell you the story of my grade school years in Mexico? I was in school there for
Today, I thought I’d share with you a 15-minute presentation I gave in Mexico City last about two weeks ago. It was on a paper I wrote based off a previous blog post. I talk about what I imagine to be the perfect system for keeping track of the population’s health… That is, if money, technology, laws, and ethical considerations were not in the way of such things.
Yes, I’m giving the podcast a season and names. The first season runs from now until the end of the year and will be season zero, along with previous episodes. Kind of like “the lost season” if you will. Then, starting in 2018, I’ll have a first season of six podcasts with pre-planned topics and a little more preparation. You guys deserve it… And it’s a good way to be just creative enough to be doing something but not too busy to forget about the dissertation (which should be almost done when 2017 ends and 2018 begins).
When I worked at that rural hospital in what I affectionately call Pennsyltucky, I met a young nurse who worked
Once in a while, you need to just focus and see the beautiful things out there.
When I was in college, I was living on my own in a little apartment and had to commute into
The immigration debate has been front and center in my life for almost all of it. There are many people
When I was in college, there was this one chemistry professor known for being very tough on students. He was
In the climactic battle in Batman v Superman, Lois Lane asks Superman not to try and kill Doomsday with the kryptonite spear.
Very few times in my life have I read a novel that keeps me reading right on through and I