Guys- my son and I just threw this together tonight and OMG it was amazing and so easy! Here’s what we did. What you’ll need.. One pack boneless, skinless chicken thighs (6-8 thighs) One family size can of Cream of Chicken soup One regular size can of Cream of Mushroom soup Half a regular size… Continue reading The BEST Chicken and Broccoli Rice
Little Dive Bar
Life is so funny. All my life mom has told me the story of how when she was a new grad Occupational Therapist working at the University of Kansas Hospital, her and her coworkers would always go across the street to a little dive bar to dance and have a few drinks after work. On… Continue reading Little Dive Bar
Stay HIS course
God amazes me literally everyday. While helping mom untangle drains, her trach tube, reposition, and watching her nurses care for her, I had a rather comforting realization today. After seven years, I am still in my element. Today I realized that God knew what he was doing when he put me in the medical field… Continue reading Stay HIS course
Battlefield of Bandages Available Now for Download
Four years of hard work has finally paid off! My thesis, Battlefield of Bandages: A Case Study on Sanitation Policy, Medical reform, and Disease Prevention During the War of Rebellion, is available now for online download. Check it out! https://bearworks.missouristate.edu/theses/3507/
SOS! She’s Hit an Iceberg!
108 years ago today, two twins, Michel and Edmond Navratil, saw their father for the last time as he lowered them into a boat full of strangers in a desperate attempt to save their lives. They were on Easter break with their father who unbeknownst to the twins, had kidnapped them, leaving their mother at… Continue reading SOS! She’s Hit an Iceberg!
Pursuing my own National Treasure
Long post, but stay with me on this one. 🎩🏛🧦 As some of you may remember, last year we surveyed Chimborazo hospital (CSA) at the National Archives. After sifting through maps, surveying hospital fatalities and disease, and thumbing through endless special orders and correspondence from Chimborazo, we drove to Richmond, VA to see the hospital… Continue reading Pursuing my own National Treasure
Ride electric scooters with us through the National Mall (short film)- Washington D.C. research trip 2020
This trip will always be one I cherish. This was my third trip to DC for research over the course of my college career but there was just something about this one being possibly my last trip as a college student, which made it a little bittersweet. Although I have applied to a Ph.D. program… Continue reading Ride electric scooters with us through the National Mall (short film)- Washington D.C. research trip 2020
Get $55 off with AIRBNB when you create a new account and book using my link :)
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Living Through Trauma: You’re not crazy, you’re just grieving.
I will always share my story and posts like this. I think it is so important to realize that PTSD is not just a product of military service but civilians suffer from it, too. Including me. You’re not alone, you’re not crazy, and it does get better. ⚠️⚠️ I want to warn you, this is… Continue reading Living Through Trauma: You’re not crazy, you’re just grieving.
Humbling Experience #2 for the year
⚠️ I had another humbling experience I thought I’d share... I was feeling defeated today. This week, actually. All the sudden my long term plans seem so out of focus and the near future feels extremely overwhelming- to the point that I was questioning in a big way, what I was doing and if this… Continue reading Humbling Experience #2 for the year