I've been away for awhile, and I apologize. I went back to work in January so that husband wouldn't have to work 24 - 30 twelve-hour shifts per month when his partners decided to open an urgent care clinic and staff it themselves - on top of their ER commitments. I worked full-time hours, or more, until April, when I cut back a little. It was stressful initially, doing things I hadn't done for twenty-five years (and in some cases, never), but I got through the hard part at the beginning and on to where I was very comfortable, though not loving twelve-hour shifts. But the partners decided to squeeze every penny they could out of the clinic and hired mid-level providers (nurse practitioners and physician assistants), and when my husband disagreed with them and resigned, I was immediately out of a job. Today was my last shift. So now I'm unemployed. I'm having a hard time with it, but they say one door closes and another opens, so I hope that's true. I'm not really employable elsewhere because I didn't take my Boards back in the '80s (easy child 1 was born during my internship and I had to make up time after major complications - so husband and I went north to the subarctic without my Boards because they weren't required then). I'm working on a book and maybe that will pan out, although it's a lottery ticket sort of thing. Anyway - I hope to re-connect with the board in the next while. Hoping everyone is hanging in there.