Many of the traditions we started when our grandkids were infants are long gone. Traditions from when they were in elementary and middle school are still present, but they have also been modified in one way or another. Changes to traditions usually result when schedules conflict and we can’t always get everyone together. I’ve decided it’s OK to recognize that traditions can grow and adjust with the kids as long as we can get together.
This week we opened our new Bryan East Campus ER. In designing the new ER, we took into account the needs of patients, families, EMS responders and our staff to include many new features that improve care and convenience for patients and families at some of the most significant times of their lives.
This got me thinking of some of questions people have: How do I know if or when I should go to an ER? Should I go to an Urgent Care instead? And now, I also have the option of Virtual Care, so when do I use that? Read More
School has been in session for almost three months. Lockers are messy and no one gets lost in the halls anymore. The end of the quarter is here, which means it is time for parent-teacher conferences.
This is the one time when you can ask your child’s teachers what your precious angel is really like during class. Many school-related questions that teenagers respond to with an “I don’t know,” teachers can answer face-to-face.
Hello, my name is Nancy! I am a wife, mother of two grown daughters and four grandchildren ages 14-17. It’s such a blessing that they all live in Lincoln, NE, which I recognize is an amazing luxury. I attend as many of their events as I can and invite everyone over as much as hectic schedules allow.