Pity the young, pretty blonde doctor who's constantly mistaken for being less accomplished than she truly is.
"Sexism is alive and well in medicine," Dr. Elizabeth Horn lamented in a guest post this week at Kevin, MD, wherein she describes donning glasses and flat heels in an attempt to make people take her more seriously.
As someone who used to be mistaken for a college student well into my ...
August 19, 2014 - 10:06am
The Adventures of Ole and Lena
Rolling along on this section of I-94 heading east is like riding a wild bronco lots of bucking. You better be seat belted in or youre going to go flying. Between the frost heaves that remain after the severe winters, and the sun boils that make the highway about as smooth as an ocean with huge waves, it can be a pretty wild ride. Poor little Lucy has taken up residence in her cat bed that has...
August 14, 2014 - 12:37pm
A while back, a friend recommended Dean Koontz to me. I added him to my mental list of writers to read, and eventually I picked up a couple of his books from the library. I wasn't impressed by one of his books--Velocity, I believe--but I went on to readOdd Hours anyway. I enjoyed the main character, Odd Thomas, so much that I went back and started reading the series at the beginning, with the b...
August 12, 2014 - 12:11pm