Showing posts from January, 2021


  Emerson we love you I am still learning from you, loving on your siblings ==•== Good evening. As many of you had recently read about my process of applying for a job. As many of you know I have not worked for over a year and a half. To be honest I’m not scared of going back.    I mean the world of medicine looks a lot different in the past year with a pandemic.  I currently am a stay at home mom, navigating home schooling my kids, with the help of my younger sister (who also is homeschooling).  I can tell you it is not easy.  The Lord ask "Start children off on the way they should go, and even when they are old they will not turn from it." -‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭22:6‬ ‭ Now with that said I can show appreciation for all that my parents did in their rearing of me as a child. Though it didn’t feel pleasant at the time I can see the results of following instructions as an adult.  I say all of this to get to my point of being intentional with my time and my prayers with the Lord. Making

I’m back....Gap year

  Defined as: A  gap year  is a  semester  or full  year  of experiential learning typically taken between high school graduation and college enrollment.  Gap years  are intended to  give  students a break from academics to discover themselves and consider what kind of education and career they want to pursue. Many of you know that I’m far beyond point of education. I basically was in school for over 20 years, I’m going back to kindergarten until I finished my residency. Well with a peace of mind I resigned soon after Emerson was diagnosed with AML. It was not a difficult decision. Currently I am trying to get back on the horse to practicing medicine again.  As many of you have experienced applying for a job you are asked to provide your CV, a resume. Now obviously each of your CV may vary based on your background and your skill sets.  As employee recruiter who is opening my file to review and evaluate my capabilities as a physician they will note a few things.  On hearing this, Jesus