Photo taken a view days ago,
early in the morning on my way back home from the hospital.
Nothing special, I again had an interview with a specialist.
He mostly sat typing on his computer, and gave no answers to my questions.
Maybe he didn't wear his right teeth that morning ;-)
Thank you very much.
Dec 30, 2012 5:41:29 pmby dixievb Homepage »
Excellent title, Mies--for such unleaved trees-- Do you think doctors have to take course in "bleak"? They certainly can do a good job at it--hopefully this guy was so engrossed in his histories of your situation that he couldn't hear your questions? Hoping some good comes of your visit eventually---
Dec 30, 2012 6:59:21 pmby blondeblurr Homepage »
It's a sad state of affairs! - why do Doctors bother going through years and years of studying, when they can't put it into practice and trying to help you? - it must be so frustrating?
Maybe you should write a book on your health issues and hand copies out to them first and ask them to read it, before appointments - you might get then faster results?
and now to your 'lonely' image - it looks so triste, but still very interesting! (ein schoener Hintergrund fuer eine Marionetten Theater Kulisse).
Just remember, Spring won't be far off ... ;)
Dec 30, 2012 7:45:06 pmby auntietk Online Now! Homepage »
I love the trees, and the way their branches have learned to share space. Beautiful!
Doctors can be challenging to deal with! They seem to think everything is all about THEM, when in reality we are the ones who have hired them to perform a service. Perspective is everything!
Dec 31, 2012 12:59:23 amby durleybeachbum Online Now! Homepage »
A perfect winter picture!
Consultants can be so arrogant. My kind and charming GP told me a sort of joke when I complained about my brain specialist being so very rude.
"What is the difference between a brain specialist and God?
God doesn't think he is a brain specialist"
Substitute any sort of consultant .