Category Archives: Veterinary medicine
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Inspired by the Kobo & Jeffrey Archer “Want your 100 Words” contest… I noticed the blood on the wall, as soon as I walked back into the room. How was I going to explain this one? I opened the window to … Continue reading
Just turned 100…my 100th blog post, that is! Can’t believe that I’ve been able to keep at this blogging thing for more than two years now.
Off to pursue another adventure, I pulled my car up to the US Customs booth. “Where are you going?”, the officer asked.
Today’s the official launch date of the book “Animal Companions, Animal Doctors, Animal People“. It’s to commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Ontario Veterinary College, my alma mater. And I’m proud to say that I wrote one of the essays … Continue reading
Third time’s the charm, so they say. It was late April and I was off to attend the last week of my veterinary acupuncture course in Toronto. And finally, I had a successful round trip train ride. Yeah!
I am not a morning person. I don’t wake up bright and shiny and ready to go. Coffee doesn’t help.
When I as a little girl, I spent hours colouring in my dog sticker book. I was obsessed. I think it was part of my early foundation in veterinary medicine. Nowadays, wherever I go, I enjoy playing the game “identify … Continue reading
I really do like taking the train. Seems that the train just doesn’t want me to get on board.