Remember that story about MJ getting pine sap in her eye, and I called poison control from camp, and all turned out well and we didn't have to drive 45 minutes to an ER, and my vacation was saved, and so I wrote a blog post wishing I could send cupcakes to the poison control center, and ChristyP made it happen via the wonders of social networks?
The Hennepin County Medical Center liked the story enough to ask me if I wouldn't mind contributing an edited version to their "Faces and Stories" section of their PR/advocacy site. I didn't mind.
If you go there today (11/12/12) you'll see my 9- and 6-year-olds in the photo on this month's "Featured Story." They're fishing in the picture, because at the time I was calling Poison Control I was too busy to snap a photo of my screaming children for posterity. So we went with "an outdoor activity involving eye protection" instead.
Also, you'll see a picture of the poison information provider getting his cupcakes!
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The story, "Delivering Care by Delivering Information," will fall off the front page eventually, and I'll replace the link then.