Melissa Medved Davidson
Delay Diploma in Dentistry Destroyed Doc
Delayed Diploma in Dentistry Destroyed Doc Five short months changed the course of history for the young man, born John “Doc” Henry Holliday, in Griffin, Georgia. Venturing hundreds of miles north to attend the best Dental College in the country in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Holliday proved his dental mastery in March of 1872. Unfortunately, he was forbidden from officially graduating until he reached the age requirement of twenty-one. Rather than work for another dentist until his birthday in August, Doc decided to travel the world, in hopes of finding the perfect place to open his own dental practice.
Spending My Seasons with Fiskars
When the hazy warmth of summer starts disappearing, and I can smell the crisp scent of autumn leaves in the air, I put away my sandals and lawn furniture and pull out my knitting, crocheting and needle craft supplies. My favorite part of the cozy fall and winter months has always been crafting! I pass my spare time on cold snowy days with a cup of steaming hot chocolate in one hand and a pair of Fiskars scissors in the other. My projects range from knitted dog sweaters or hats that I can finish in an afternoon, to Afghans that spend an entire season draped across my lap or couch until complete. Between September and February, my hooks and needles are feverishly moving to make seasonal dish cloths, holiday gifts, and items to donate to charitable causes in my community.