Still at the Table. (Spring 2019)
Who's Coming to Dinner? (Spring 2016)
Making the Most of Being a Lame-Duck Resident's Wife. (Fall 2016)
Everybody's Business. (Winter 2018)
The Thriving Physician: How to Avoid Burnout by Choosing Resilience Throughout Your Medical Career by Simonds & Sotile. (Winter 2019)
AMA Guide of Medical Ethics (Spring 2017)
Dreamland: The True Story of America's Opioid Crisis by Sam Quinones (Fall 2017)
Love in the Time of Medical School by Sarah Epstein (Winter 2018)
Memoirs of a Surgeon’s Wife: I’m Throwing Your Damn Pager into the Ocean by Megan Sharma (Fall 2018)
Healer's Heart: A Family Physician's Stories of the Heart and Art of Medicine. by Pamela Camosy (Spring 2018)
Physician Family Blog Posts
"Welcome to Resident Widowhood." Physician Family Blog. July 5, 2017
“Match Making.” Physician Family Blog. March 2, 2016.http://old.physicianfamilymedia.org/http:/old.physicianfamilymedia.org/match-making/ (Reprint from my The Other Half blog).
“Between arriving and leaving.” Physician Family Blog. January 26, 2016.http://old.physicianfamilymedia.org/http:/old.physicianfamilymedia.org/between-arriving-and-leaving/ (Reprint from myThe Other Half blog).
Childless by Choice on Married to Doctors Podcast. (May 2018)
I'm not even certain when I started the kitchen sampler in the photo above, but I'm guessing no later than 1993 or so. Now some 25+ years later, I finished it, framed it, and sent it to its new home. I am glad to see it go to someone who wants it and who knows the person I've become since then.
I do love Tig Notaro. And I love Cameron Esposito. The two of them together are almost too much for me. If you don't have the time to listen to the whole episode, be sure to listen starting around 45 minutes in. Tig, like me, is "inching up on 50" and shares that she knows what she ""put in to get" what she has, even though it didn't happen the way she thought it would.