The dad who turned his brain injury into a children’s book


‘Daddy needs to sleep’

“We share what we know, so that we all may grow”

Helping promote better understanding and awareness of what is often termed “The Silent Epidemic” (and/or “The Hidden Handicap”)
“Inform, educate, inspire”

Shining a ray of light and hope in the darkest corners

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Open letter to Mayo Clinic Leadership

“One cannot always tell what it is that keeps us shut in, confines us,
seems to bury us, but still one feels certain barriers, certain gates,
certain walls. is all this imagination, fantasy?”

Hi Adrian
Thanks for the follow (+ the ‘likes'(s)
Happy blogging/writing and all the best with your blog
early bird sleepy-head  craig (in “Sleepy Hollow”)
“It always seems impossible¦
until it gets done”
-Nelson Mandela
You CAN¦if you THINK you can

“Put your fears behind you and your dreams in front of you…always.”

Best wishes from the First City to see the light


Don’t worry about the world ending today
It’s already tomorrow in scenic and tranquil ˜little™ New Zealand×800.228ba8.png/content/dam/images/4/y/r/n/6/a/image.related.StuffLandscapeSixteenByNine.1420×800.228ba8.png/1616873002911.jpg

My Trail Wanderlusts

Dear Mayo Clinic Leadership

My name is Adriana Zele and I have been a Registered Nurse on 4 Central, (formerly known as 4West) at Mayo Clinic in Arizona for 15 years. I can honestly say that this has been one of the best jobs I have had since becoming a nurse in 1996. Not only do I love what I do but I loved what Mayo stood for: respect, integrity, compassion.

I considered my coworkers my “Mayo family” and we all treated each other as such, being there for each other through the thick and the thin periods that nursing profession often sees. When Covid hit in March of 2020 I never hesitated to show up for work and put “the needs of the patient first”. When management handed us oneN95 mask to use for an undetermined amount of time and PPE supplies were low, I never complained but…

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