The 1st Saturday on Call 🙂
I’m doing some perfusion traveling as I am taking my show on the road. As such, every once in awhile I will be dropping a few notes and pictures of places visited, and observations made. In a sense, the beginning of a scrap book on Open Heart Surgery in America (and other places if possible).
To view the entire series- click here: A Locum’s ScrapBook.
A Day Away From The OR
So today is one of those days, your internal alarm clock won’t let let you sleep past 6:30-ish (of course), and you are coffeed up and ready to go…
But- go where?
The outdoor thing comes to mind, some hiking and checking out some of the places I saw briefly the day before, but this time able to FaceTime the experience with my other (and better) half. Believe me- IT HELPS A LOT 🙂
If you are a locums and on the road, have a family or significant other- well FaceTimie video chats are truly a necessity. The pictures below remind you of who is not in your life for the time being- and that is probably the most significant caveat to doing locums perfusion.
The top are all my kids, and the one’s below (in duck-yellow) are them hanging out with some close friends.
So just remind yourself that you are doing it for them, and life looks a little better.
Exploring & Hiking
Food for Thought
Time to eat … 🙂
Down town store windows make exceptional subjects for portrait photography. They are grainy, and imperfect, and that coarse quality is what lends them with such exxtraordinary appeal…