I love how caring, and genuine people are. Is it very comforting when you live so far away from family.
I can drink coffee at practically any time of day, but coffee makes my morning, every morning. I love it.
I am grateful for the impact I get to make as a Chiropractor. My article about my experience with pain and how it taught me to be a better Dr was published yesterday, and I am so touched by the reaction my friends, family and patients had. Therese in particular posted something truly heart-warming and humbling. I am so lucky and honored to get to do what I do and to have so many amazing people come into my life!
I’m grateful for my weekend up in Estes Park. My mom, dad, sister, and I had a great time in Rocky Mountain National Park. We hiked to Alberta Falls and Loch Vale (which we had never been to before- it’s beautiful). The fall colors didn’t disappoint and there were elk everywhere. It was a great weekend spent in the mountains.
This past Friday, at the kids’ Mustang Mile event, I must’ve seen 15-20 patients (former and current). I am so grateful to live in the community I serve. I also am so humbled by their kind words. Raj came up to me to thank me and actually told his wife and mine that I was “an amazing soul and wonderful doctor.” He talked about how we put the patient first here, and we don’t “chase money” and he went on about how he just was so grateful to be a part of our practice. It was awesome and a truly humbling experience. I am so grateful to do what I get to do, to be part of Chiropractic and to work in a field where I can just give love and good things happen!!!
I am grateful for my Cousin, Cory, and for me to be able to attend his wedding. He was the one who taught me how to play basketball and soccer growing up. When I was little, I always told my parents I wanted an older brother (a little hard to do) but he definitely acted like one =) He always looks out for me and makes sure I’m happy.