Sorry for the radio-silence lately. I'm sure I've mentioned how insane my work schedule gets in the summer.
I'd make some lofty promises about doing better, but let's not kid ourselves.
This may be over-generalizing, but I've come to the conclusion that about 85% of medical wives are trained or employed in either an education or healthcare job. I've been noticing this over the past two years, and it's so true to the point that when I meet a new med wife, I secretly try to guess if she's a nurse or a teacher (or in one of the two aforementioned fields). Seriously? Has anyone else noticed this?
I'm not exaggerating - I know (in real life or in blog world!) 13 med wives who are in the healthcare field, and 11 who are in the field of education. And that's off the top of my head! Granted, some of those women are now stay-at-home mamas, but still, the facts remain.
There must be some sort of bizarre compatibility between personality types of those who lean towards careers in healthcare and in education. Anyone with me on this?
Hope you all enjoy your Labor Day weekends! May you spend time with your loved ones.