September 4 – I Don’t Like You Either

September 4 – I Don’t Like You Either

247 – I Don’t Like You Either #faithbites #faithjourney like The full dialogue exchange in the title goes something like this: “He doesn’t like you” “I’m sorry” “I don’t like you, either” If don’t recognize this exchange, it’s between Luke Skywalker and Cornelius Evazan in the Mos Eisley Cantina at the beginning of Star Wars. Now, you may ask why […]

August 13 – That Time When Your Debit Card is Declined

August 13 – That Time When Your Debit Card is Declined

225 –¬†That Time When Your Debit Card is Declined #faithbites #faithjourney declined Not sure how many of you had this experience before. You are shopping, have everything ready, and begin your check out. When you ring up everything and slide your debit card (or credit card), it’s declined. In my case, most the groceries were paid for but there was […]

June 23 – Roles: Designed or Lived

June 23 – Roles: Designed or Lived

Roles: Designed or Lives #174of365 #FaithBites #FaithJourney #Roles Husband and Wife. Mother and Father. Grandfather and Grandmother. Sister and Brother. Aunt and Uncle. Cousin and Friend. There are so many times that we have to discuss the different roles that we have in life. Some we chose, like husband and wife, while others we are born into like sister, brother, […]

June 6 – The Audience

June 6 – The Audience

#157of365 #FaithBites #FaithJourney The Audience On Friday I was at a medical education conference. The theme of the conference was preparing clinicians, residents, and faculty to be better teachers. This is right up my alley. During the keynote presentation, a Physician talked about systems care. During the talk, he used terminology that was way over my head. Many acronyms, compounds […]

February 18 – Being a Role Model

Today’s lesson is on being a role model or who follows you? My kids are great mirrors for my behaviors. From seeing my 3-year-old grunt when she is dissatisfied¬†with something to my8-year-old saying Gosh Dang it (I have changed the words to protect the not so innocent). Those are my actions. Those are my words. Too often we either don’t […]