Thank You and Goodbye
Posted by Amy on January 14, 2008
I have been blogging for a long time. A few years at least. And I have always enjoyed the release of it – I have appreciated having a place to come with my stories, stresses, victories, shames. A place where I’m (somewhat) anonymous and where the people who read my blog can identify with what I’m saying or going through. It’s been so helpful as a new physician to have this place and I’ll always be thankful that I did.
Yes, did. I’m going to call it quits. Nothing bad has happened that has led me to this point, it just seems like the longer I work in the ER, the less I have to say about my job. I don’t know what this means. I still have good cases and amazing patients and funny stories, but for some reason I feel less and less inclined to write about them now than I did a year ago.
In a few months, I’ll be giving birth to my babies and I know that they alone will keep me far too busy to stay current with the blog. In the meantime, I’ll continue to use my spare time researching strollers and reading parenting books. I’m excited and ready to begin something new and look forward to all that awaits.
To the few of you who still check in regularly (despite my very-irregular writing!) thank you for keeping my numbers up and making me feel loved with your comments and presence. There are so many great ER blogs out there that I know I won’t be missed by many, although I’ll certainly miss all of you and getting to feel like I have something worthwhile to say.