Going to St. Louis, MO, for a couple of days in the dead of winter is not at the top of the to-do list for this Georgia boy. Nothing against St. Louis. I love that city. But, why should I travel there in January?
I hope everyone had a good and productive Glaucoma Awareness Month. It’s in January, just in case you needed a reminder for when to wear your green ribbon on the lapel of your lab coat.
I used to show more patients the 20/15 line during a refraction. I’m not sure when I stopped doing that as much—or why. At any rate, most of my refractions stop at 20/20 these days.
It’s that time of year to look to the year ahead and consider plans, goals, intentions, or resolutions…whichever word works for you.
See what your colleagues would like to accomplish in the coming year.
Is there room for improvement? You bet there is.
Giving thanks sounds like a great idea. The enterprise seems easy enough. However, the days come and the days go with me not exercising the giving of thanks nearly enough. So, here goes…
I don’t like to read. I never did, and, still today, I’m more of a “wait until the movie comes out” kind of guy. I’m very fortunate in that our kids take after their mother in this regard (among others).
Earlier this summer summer, I came across a patient care scenario that I had to learn on the fly.
It was a special Optometry’s Meeting for me this year.
I have a child with a hypersensitivity to cats. He is 10 years old, and our family cat, Athena, is going on 17 (in human years).