This was my first week back in the clinic and hospital since my enforced break between work permits. Even with working this weekend and being busy already, it is good to be back! I’ve really missed teaching, seeing familiar patients … Continue reading Back in the Saddle
One of the things I’ve noticed being different in Kenya is that speaking about bad news or bad outcomes out loud is a very serious thing here. Many people have explained to me that they don’t want to talk about … Continue reading The Ultimate Good News!
We got some (mostly) good news! Continue reading Some (Mostly) Good News
Ryan and I are settling all our plans for our visit back to the States this year in October, and leading up to that we plan to start our fundraising online. Many of you following along what we do have … Continue reading Guess what?
Another update on immigration. Continue reading Prayer Requests (Part 3)
The other day I was working in our family medicine clinic with a training Clinical Officer who also helps me when I get stuck in Kiswahili, when I met the nicest, soft-spoken, most dignified older man. He had come in … Continue reading When the hanger strikes
How we cope with a stressful lifestyle. . . Continue reading Back to instability
We could use the prayers this week! Continue reading Prayer Requests (Part 2)
One of our cross cultural moments! Continue reading Lunchtime is subjective
One of the things I love most about being a family doctor is that there is so much variety to my days. I see every kind of patient, with every kind of problem, in every kind of setting. I get … Continue reading 700 patients later. . .