Desk at the analytical laboratory ... - Hello madam! How are you? - Hello, I bring you the levy requested by my doctor. - This is ...? - A becalmed! Here it is ... she said, fumbling in his shopping bag. I do not have a container so I put in what I had at home ... And the nice old lady handing me a blue Tupperware ... - You could pour the contents into one of your containers? she asked politely. - Uh, sure, but ... I give you the Tupperware? - Oh yes, please! It is so convenient for picnics, I use it for the Russian salad. - As you wish! -I said, coughing. The nice lady, so pretty with white wavy hair and rosy cheeks, I admit, I have met a few times to market. I would like to grow old like her, so it is still fresh and childlike. And his wit is so remarkable that I would be happy to visit him to talk a little with her life, by cons, picnic, if you know what I mean ... After a few happy years practice hospital as a midwife, I wanted to explore new horizons in medicine ... I removed the warts in a dermatologist is the vampire in the morning in a laboratory, ruminated a rheumatologist, Given the pincer of the dentist, played the devoted secretary of the doctor, and so on ... All this with in my bow, always the same string: curiosity, compassion, and of course, humor! So, after you have told my midwife adventures, I decided to take up the pen to share with you my adventures, just as amazing and amusing, before returning finally to my first love ...
May 20, 2010
13 € 78
As I have written, I have a fondness for telling stories with tenderness and humor daily trades not always easy.
These midwives have my preference. One because it is a wonderful profession. Two because it's a job I would have liked to have done if it had been possible.
This book, I spotted during tribulations bookish. The first volume was not available, unfortunately. As he recounts his daily motherhood.
This second volume, he reported that Lila Sonderman various positions he occupied when she wanted to see something other than the birth and pregnancy care.
Between laboratories, dermatology, rheumatology, dentist and so on, she delivers with great appropriateness of humor and some nice anecdotes.
One thing bothered me, however, in my reading. How to be the author. On several occasions, she leaves her role as caregiver to provide guidance that appeared to me to be too personal and dealt out to his patients. Questioning a patient of AIDS came for a blood test to know how she caught her and why she did not think to protect themselves. Call resigned father of a newborn and threatened to appeal to the court if he does not help the young mother ... Even though all share a good feeling, and it feels good I admit that instead of patients, I would have struggled to bear such interference in my private life.
Some stories made me jump, as "600 grams" a little premature for the gynecologist think convicted and leaves on a radiator. Lila learns that the next morning, when the maternity team reminds says gynecologist to ask "what is the 600 grams," which is actually not dead (and still do, the latest news)
Others trembled me, as a mother who goes through Lila, reconcile with his lost sight of for years following a dispute mother ...
The writing is simple, uncomplicated, and we feel that the author wanted to preserve its gay and natural getter.
I read it with pleasure Volume 1, if I am able to get it ^ ^