Admiral Fell Inn
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... The experience took as long as you'd imagine it to take. I felt so guilty being in the ED because I felt like I was wasting their time/resources when all I needed was someone to tell me "no it's not in your head" and "hey, here's an antibiotic" and we'd peace out. Everyone was really nice to me though @ GBMC even though I was still in Hopkins scrubs. Also, if I'm stuck in a ED @ midnight, there's no one better to have at my side than my sister to make me laugh. ...
... heartbreak of having a beloved player leave a team.
Tomorrow the boys fly back to Tampa International/the Burg and I drive on home, taking my sweet time, with a stop here and an overnight there and a couple of days at one of my happy places, the Pisgah Inn on the Blue Ridge Parkway. It's bittersweet to think about finishing up the trip solo, but I suspect that feeling will not last long, as I'll finally get to listen to only what I want to, music-wise. It's the little things...
... back at Washington Hospital Center, and I was offered a spot in the Float Pool for cardiac floors. Its a nice opportunity for me because the scheduling is very flexible - no minimum hours required in a week. I just have to do 4 shifts in a month and a half; of course I plan on working plenty more than that. I also love the benefit of working on all different kinds of units - plenty of learning and education opportunities.
I also applied with an agency in the ...
... most of them again, were like my closest friends in the world and the landscape that we traversed together at Toah Nipi was like a most familiar and cherished childhood playground. I learned a lot that weekend, and most of what I learned was about friendship and the value of human companions. During the eighteen months that I had prepared for this trip, I spent the majority of my free time alone in my apartment in quiet contemplation, and my new friends at Toah Nipi helped to snap ...
... was to include a hike-and-swim, delicious food, an evening of board games, and a day of sports. Johnny, Cory, Adam, and I were joined by Zeke (a muscular health coach) and "Johnny Peralta" (a fun-loving guy who gave surf lessons in Hawaii).
We drove out to the Maryland countryside. Foxes ran across quiet roads to horse farms. The Gunpowder River Valley gently rolled through green land, concealed by forest. We arrived ...