Well, I'm back from the crazy land of boards recertification.
Thanks to all of you for your amazing support. I felt like I had a cheering section, and that warmed the cockles of my myocardium.
I have so much information packed into my brain I'm going to tip over. And probably I'll be dreaming of anthrax, tularemia, valley fever, q fever, histoplasmosis, blastomycosis, coccidioidomycosis, HAART, toxoplasmosis, herpes encephalitis, tuberculosis, plague, dengue fever, lyme, rocky mountain spotted fever, ehrlichiosis, malaria, babesiosis, and a few other things for the next month, whether I like it or not.
And that's just some of one topic (infectious diseases) among 10 I crammed myself with.
So, again thanks for your support! It's over until the next one rolls around in 10 years.
And now onto less infectious topics. Or maybe very infectious, depending on your point of view!
This week's blog chain topic is courtesy of Danyelle Leafty, who asks:
"Stories have existed in every time and every culture. How come? And why are stories so important?"
So take it away, Laura Diamond, who tackles the topic this week!