As I went out for a jog this evening, I ran on a trail that runs behind several houses in our development. It’s a nice trail, with lots of hills and valleys to really work up a sweat and build up some stamina. It has trees and grass on either […]
Oh, the things I’ve done. I’m incredibly lucky that the internet wasn’t around when I was a teenager. Otherwise, I’m sure there would be at least one viral video of me ________ the _______ from the _________ with my __________ as everyone _________ around me. (Redacted for your own peace of […]
One of the biggest indicators of maturity, is learning to acknowledge your mistakes, learn from them, and move on. This is especially true in any science field, but it can be applied to live in general as well. In science, if you make a mistake and are called on it, […]
I’ve always been amazed at how maturity kicks in and makes me look back on the past with a bit of shame. See, I did things as a teen and young adult that I would never even think of doing now. Although I got away with it then, I don’t […]
Did I ever tell you that I was 16 years old when I started college? Well, I was, but it wasn’t because I was some sort of gifted and talented kid. See, my birthday fell on January, and, while the school authorities wanted to hold me back and have me […]
I once (or twice) joked with friends that we are all allowed one really bad relationship to make us appreciate ourselves and others more. For me, that relationship happened a little over 10 years ago. I was in my early 20s, and I decided that it would be a good […]
What happens when two parents with type A blood give birth to a blood type B baby? Chaos. That’s what. Type A parents cannot give birth to a type B baby, because genetics. But this seemed to have happened one night when I was working the lab all by myself. Was the father the baby’s real father? Was the mother the baby’s real mother? Did I make a mistake in typing the baby’s blood? The answer probably won’t surprise you, so this is more of a cautionary tale.
Who was luckier? The defender gives the ball back to the keeper in a really bad way, then the keeper loses the ball, but then the attacking player misses the goal. It’s a comedy of errors, and it proves that, sometimes, luck has everything to do with it.
When I go to the hospital or to the doctor’s office, I expect several things. First, I expect to be treated with kindness. If my problem was self-imposed (e.g. obesity), I expect the healthcare provider(s) taking care of me to not point to me and laugh or blame me for […]
With both The Girl and I being in healthcare, we can honestly say that these people give us a lot of job security. httpvh://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HvuEFafFhBA