Preggo #4: 33 weeks

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Hello!  Here's hoping today was a great week for you!  It was another busy week for me.  I was in the office on Tuesday prepping for my transition to maternity leave in October.  Between you and I, I'm so ready.  I need not to have so much on my plate with virtual learning for both the kids and I (and S.), work, baby prep, and additional work.  It will be nice to only be concerned with baby and prep work.

                                   
Just waiting for the contractions to stop

My 2020 All Things Fall!

 Guys!  It's FALL!!!  You ALREADY know.  There is no secret in this.  Fall is my season!  The earth tones, the cute sweaters and boots (oh my goodness, I love the boots), the crisp weather, the d├ęcor, and the KETTLE CORN!!  I am SO in love with this season!!!  So, it should definitely come as no surprise when I bring in my 2020 Fall things!


Preggo #4: 32 Weeks

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Hello everyone.  I hope it's been a pleasant week for you.  It's been more than a bit busy for me with classes, school for the kids, telework, etc.  But I won't complain.  It makes the week go quicker. Speaking of which, we reached 32 weeks this past Saturday.  That came much quicker than I thought!  This week was also appointment week.  I had one on Wednesday and another on Thursday.  Got to love pregnancy appointments.

                                   

Medical Professionals Chosen By Race: Racism or Self-Preservation?

It started out as a simple post.  A friend of mine posted on social media that she had made a conscious decision to have medical professionals that looked like her because she believed they were stronger advocates for her and her family than those who did not.  Immediately, replies of affirmation  hit the page, along with stories of people who hadn't made the decision initially and the medical battles they fought because of what they felt were preconceived notions about African-American patients.