Sweet Sixteen!

Rebecca and I were in Seattle on Tuesday, October 1st. It was a full day! We had our first photoshoot for our Seattle team and afterward, went out for drinks and then dinner. It wasn’t until AFTER dinner that I realized that I had neglected to recognize Guardian...

37 Years Later

I was a college senior, in my last semester of school, when my mom was diagnosed with cancer. She died four months later, in May. Her death changed my life because though I did graduate with a degree in Journalism, as I write this, it is 37 years later, and I have...

Guardian Nurses Gets a New HQ!

Tomorrow is move-in day to our new HQ. After 16 years of helping and supporting patients and families through the healthcare maze, we get to move in to what we’ll call home. I can hardly believe it. Though we settled on the building in late February, we have...

Saying Goodbye to Two Furry Friends.

As of this writing, my two almost-eighteen-year-old cats, Connor and Graycie, are on hospice.  Yes, hospice.  For cats. Who knew?  They’ve been ‘on’ hospice for one year as I made the decision not to hospitalize Graycie again last February after her...

Be a Mentor.

I guess I’m old enough now.  Old enough.  Wise enough.  Experienced enough to mentor a young person.  Though I have been coaching and mentoring nurses here in my role at Guardian Nurses for many years, I have been co-coaching a 9 year old girls’ basketball...

Where Does the Time Go?

It has been said that if you find a job that you love, you’ll never ‘work’ another day in your life. Thankfully, I found Guardian Nurses.  OK, well I founded Guardian Nurses, but why split hairs? I remember well the ‘early days’ of the...