What’s Going On
Considering the stories I’ve heard I think I’m getting off lightly. My nose continues to run and I’m still pretty tired, but the greatest difficulty is my eyes are blurry and I’m having a hard time seeing.
I read for a little while and then when I can’t read anymore I watch TV for a little while. o But then my eyes get blurry again and I just take a nap.
I’m not in pain, just frustrated.
I’m not going to share a story today, because it’s just to difficult to type and frankly I’m also having some difficulty focusing.
I did want to share Susan Landers new book with you (see below) and to encourage you to go to Storytellers Channel and watch one or more of our storytellers’ stories.
After attending Auburn University, she graduated from the Medical University of South Carolina, in Charleston, South Carolina.
Then she completed three years of pediatric residency training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas. Next, she completed three years of neonatology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston.
Dr. Landers practiced academic neonatology for fourteen years, serving on faculty of two medical schools, and private practice neonatology for eighteen years. While caring for patients full-time in private practice, she served as a speaker for the Texas Department of State Health Services.
She was also the Medical Director of the Mothers’ Milk Bank at Austin and served on the milk bank’s board of directors.
Additionally, she served for six years on the Executive Committee of the Section on Breastfeeding for the AAP.
Together with her husband, Dr. Phillip Berry, she raised three children, one son and two daughters. Her family resides in Austin.
I appreciate your emails enquiring about my wellbeing.
I tried to respond to all of you, but some of my emails have bounced back as undeliverable.
When reading and typing is less of a hassle I’ll try responding again.
Hoping this will resolve itself soon.
Til next time,