National Doughnut Day

Want a free, sweet, melt in your mouth, ring of tasty goodness? Me too. Yesterday was National Doughnut Day. I made sure to celebrate. The first Friday in June is National Doughnut Day. This 76-year old tradition was first launched by the Salvation Army to honor World War I volunteers as troops returned home. But…

Up From the Bed She Returns!

(Sung to the tune of “Up From the Grave He Arose”) Up from the bed she returns! With a mighty triumph o’er her germs! She returns a victor o’er post nasal drip, And she vows her health to never again slip! She returns! She returns! Hallelujiah, Kelly (is-no-longer-sick-and-feels-like-a-normal-person-again-thanks-to-soup-honey-and-Disney-movies) Returns!   Thanks for all those who…

Celebrating Occupational Therapy Month

  I’m celebrating OT Month. And so is Ryan Gosling. (Thanks for the support, Ry!) I often think OT is the hidden gem of the rehab world. It’s focus is so broad and all-encompassing and patient-specific that at times it is hard to define. Until everyone knows, I educate  one person at a time. And…

Give the World a Reason to Dance

I have recently been introduced to a world changer. He’s powerful, influential, brilliant… and eight years old. He goes by the name Kid President and has a dream, to make the world a nicer place. To fill it with hope and encouragement and lots and lots of dancing. He understands that life isn’t always happy.…

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