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Providers–Raise your eyes! (Part I of IV) by Dr. J. Deane W. Medical DoctorHealth Maven Posted Mon 04 Apr 2011 7:32pm Nurse! Doctor! Respiratory Therapist! All health care providers! We are all practicing bad medicine. To make matters worse, our calling has become a job (more on that in the third segment of this four-part series). We are all ignoring a critically ill patient who is crying for our help. The patient – named Healthcare – is in wors ... Read on »
In my eyes, part of the problem ... by Drew W. Healthy Living Professional Posted Thu 30 Oct 2008 3:25pm In my eyes, part of the problem with the lack of progress in health care is due to the fact that health care organizations delay implementation of innovative ideas until some other organization does it first.  It just makes it easier, the argument may go. Message to the world: the World Health Organization has endorsed the idea of using chec ... Read on »
The camera’s eye – part 2 by bluesilk Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm   I took these pictures the other day, around the time I posted part 1 of this duo.  Basically I got a bit giddy because the camera was not producing replicas of the scenes in front of me, as my eye saw them (I should have said ‘eyes’ not ‘eye’ there - I’m not of cyclopic descent). So all these pictures are of the rain.  I used to adore ... Read on »
The camera’s eye – part 2 by bluesilk Posted Wed 14 Oct 2009 10:02pm   I took these pictures the other day, around the time I posted part 1 of this duo.  Basically I got a bit giddy because the camera was not producing replicas of the scenes in front of me, as my eye saw them (I should have said ‘eyes’ not ‘eye’ there - I’m not of cyclopic descent). So [...] Read on »
The camera’s eye – part 1 by bluesilk Posted Wed 04 Nov 2009 10:06pm   A topic I’ve discussed before – mainly my self-indulgent ramblings: I was never much interested in photography in times gone by.  I thought cameras were good for one thing: taking shots of people - people with other people, people in places, people doing stuff that they wanted to keep in memory.  Although I love some shots of scenic, ... Read on »
Through God's Eyes - Part One by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Wed 11 Feb 2009 3:48pm There are some great customers that come into the dry cleaner where I work. But, we also have some patrons that make us want to run the other direction when we see them headed our way. Of course, we must bravely stand our ground with a smile on our faces and, in doing so, we sometimes learn lessons from the most unlikely people. T hat's ... Read on »
Aspen through baby’s eyes, Part 1 by Marci G. Posted Mon 11 Jun 2012 7:00am This week, we are on summer vacation with my parents and sister in Aspen, CO. Jeffrey left this morning to go back to work (sad face), and we are staying until Saturday. Another week and a lot more firsts for baby. This week included first plane ride, first time wearing a jacket, first time in the pool, first time going out to lunch and dinner in ... Read on »
The camera’s eye – part 1 by bluesilk Posted Fri 09 Oct 2009 10:03pm   A topic I’ve discussed before – mainly my self-indulgent ramblings: I was never much interested in photography in times gone by.  I thought cameras were good for one thing: taking shots of people- people with other people, people in places, people doing stuff that they wanted to keep in memory.  Although I love some shots of [...] Read on »
Joy through their Eyes Part II by domesticextraordinaire Patient Expert Posted Mon 22 Feb 2010 12:00am Remember Sunday when I said this post was to be continued? I totally meant to finish it yesterday, but life...you know how that goes, right? What? You didn't read it? Well, feel free to click here and I will wait for you. You back? Enjoyed seeing the adventure that The Chicken & I went on Friday afternoon? Good. ... Read on »
Through God's Eye's - Part Two by Take Root and Write .. Patient Expert Posted Thu 19 Feb 2009 5:28pm Last week I shared how one of my high-maintenance customers at the dry cleaner provided me a glimpse of compassion through God's eyes. This week I'm going to share different experience that gave me another glimpse of how God sees things. My dog Watson, who some of you may remember from an earlier post, is our star this week. A couple of y ... Read on »