Monday, March 23, 2009

The "Success" That Means the Most To Me


I put up a post today at Mothers in Medicine that explains how I really feel about my "accomplishments."  If you happen to wander over there don't miss the recent "Topic Day" featuring posts on the residency Match, as well as other thought-provoking pieces.

5 comments:

dm said...

I loved your "Mom's Apple Pie" post -- very, *very*, well-written.

T. said...

Thanks, DM!

Jo said...

It's a lovely post! :-D

Ann of the Incredible Gift said...

Appreciation by our family members of the "gifts that can't last", like your apple pie, both pleasing and nourishing, and the gifts that are intangible, like love, joy, courage and optimism, is what makes Moms like us the happiest.

I smiled and smiled as I read your post. Thank you.

Anali said...

Loved the pie post! I liked the part about how when you cook for someone, food by definition doesn't last, but still there is great joy in the act of cooking and baking for someone and seeing them enjoying it. The memories of that last, so it is an infinite joy.

And speaking of pie and the infinite, belated Happy Pi Day! : )