Hello friends, One of the great benefits of launching a public awareness campaign is, well,
Hi friends, Wow! It’s hard to believe that just over a week has passed since
Today I want to talk about superheroes. Not the kind the kind you see in movies wearing capes and tights. But real life superheros in more modest attire … like hospital scrubs.
Every day I get letters from avid hospital fans asking all sorts of questions. But one has really stuck with me because it is a great question and I don’t have a great answer for it.
As I’ve blogged (and vlogged) about many times already – you know I’m a hospital that’s been waiting for over 20 years to receive funding for an upgrade. I am not writing this post to point the fingers of blame for my wait, rather today I want to talk about hope.
Albertans are born to winter. We love chasing the cold with fun, but unfortunately sometimes that fun can lead to a hospital visit. The good news is I’m a hospital and my favorite wintertime activity is patient care.
The Rolling Stones once said, “You can’t always get what you want, but if you try sometimes you get what you need.” I really hope that’s true because I have been trying to get funded for over 20 years for some things I REALLY need.
My New Year’s resolution is to be less frustrated. But to tell you the truth, it is really hard not to be.