It was 8 a.m. and my husband and I were the first ones to arrive at the doctor’s office. His secretary had called the day before and asked if we could come in before the other scheduled patients that day to discuss my husband’s ultrasound results.
I had done my homework and was armed with every possible diagnosis I had hoped it might be—including the ones I prayed it wasn’t. The latter won. Continue reading “The Blog I Was Afraid To Write”
I’m a type A person – which most of the time translates as: I can stay focused and power through projects on my “to-do” list for as long as it takes to accomplish the task.
In terms of productivity, being a type A is a great asset. The downside however is that when you do come off the power high, the crash and burn effect is spectacular. Most of the time, I’m so focused on getting the job done, that I often miss the signs of weariness and impending doom until after it’s happened. Continue reading “Restoring Your Soul After A Crash And Burn”