Hope - it's a wonderful thing and the one feeling that is never final. The notion of turning hope into action, transformation and change is the theme of April’s blog.
It’s been almost a year since COVID-19 came to town. What a year it’s been for us all! I honestly believe that this experience has shaped me and indeed transformed me in ways I have yet to discover.
In this month’s blog, I welcome a new guest blogger Mrs. Bethe Jarcaig, Chair of the HDGH Foundation Board of Directors. She is a loyal ambassador for our organization; a leader living and breathing our mission and vision.
I have thought a lot about Emily Warlock's words from this year's Tree of Lights ceremony and they have given me peace, hope and comfort. It is my hope that they do the same for you and those you love - so please share.
I am 60 years old. Some days I feel every day of this age and others I wonder how it could possibly be that I’m the old lady my mom used to be.
With the 100th anniversary of the opening of the Salvation Army Grace Hospital on University Avenue upon us, it seems like a good time to delve into this legacy and heritage for February’s blog.
I want to spend a bit of time talking about how I personally manage these tough times and start a dialogue about what we need to look at within HDGH in helping you all do the same.
Up to this point, a big part of my life had been about the routine of school; hours spent in class, studying, doing homework and balancing it all with being a wife, mom and nurse. Now, I was free, but free to do what?
2017 has been a year of reflection in many ways from both a personal and a professional lens. Life is always full of challenges and opportunities and this year was no exception.
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