Why I Write

I’m bad at taking vitamins, keeping track of my glasses, and returning library books on time. My cats probably wish I would change the litter box more often. If it weren’t for my husband waking up thirty minutes early each morning and doing all the hard work—making the kids’ lunches, being my alarm clock, turning … Continue reading Why I Write

Write about the spoon

When I first decided to switch careers from doctoring to writing, it was neither a seamless transition, an easy decision, and in many ways, not a decision at all. I was a pediatric anesthesiologist until one day, I woke up with a headache that didn’t go away. I had unremitting chronic migraines. Despite several top … Continue reading Write about the spoon