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All Good Things Must Come to an End

Well what an crazy, fun, exhausting 8 week run it has been. I have loved every moment (well almost every moment, haha :)) of being home with my kids and have relished the opportunity to spend more time with them. I have enjoyed the slower pace and feel like my mind, body and spirit are refreshed and relaxed after time away from the craziness of work and even just day to day life. I have learned some really valuable things about myself in quarantine and am hopeful that I can make some positive changes now that I am back.

That’s right folks, I am back! I am in the office and ready to get back to the business of checking eyes.  I have spent the past week working with my staff and preparing the office for patients. We have developed new procedures and protocols that focus on the health and safety of our patients. It is definitely going to be a different experience than when we were last in the office, but I think it will quickly start to feel normal and also feel good to be taking care of people and their eyes once again.

I have also spent this past week putting some exciting changes and developments for our practice in motion. Aside from using the past 8 weeks to soak up some time with my kids, I have spent a lot of time working on how I would like my practice to look in the future. Not very often do you get this much time away from your business to actually work on said business, so this has been another positive take away for me is the chance to create a vision for Full Spectrum Eyecare.

Don’t get me wrong, although I am excited to be back, I sure was sad to leave this new normal I have adjusted to. Sleeping in, coffee on the couch with the kids, new hikes together, sports outside with Briggs and pushing Baylor in the swing. I have many wonderful, special memories from these last 8 weeks that I will truly cherish. But I also cherish what I do for a living. I am very grateful to have a practice to come back to and to start seeing our patients again.

Cheers to a new normal at the office and our triumphant return 🙂 “SEE” you soon! Dr. B