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Wednesday, July 28, 2010


     I will start by informing all of you why we were in Granbury. It is that time in Tyson's professional life that he is now seeking out a place to go after residency. He only has a year of residency left, and we are beginning to think about the next step. We are starting to look at different small towns where Tyson can work doing what he loves, and also where we can begin to set some roots.  We are set up to interview in a few different towns (I will let you know about them later), but this last weekend was Great Granbury!
     The hospital CEO in Granbury contacted Tyson and asked if he had a weekend free to come interview. We knew nothing of the town, so after their conversation Tyson and I got on the Internet and began researching this little town. It has a population of 7,000 (with a large surrounding area), a lake in the town (Tyson loves the idea of that), a drive in theater, a beautiful town square, a sandy beach, and a need for family physicians. Once we began researching and asking everyone we knew, we soon realized that we needed to make time to go check out Granbury, TX.
     Nana said that she would love to meet us there, see the town, and help with Mr. Rylan. It was so sweet of you, Cindy, to come and watch Rylan for us, experience the town, and provide some guidance. If you hadn't have come, I wouldn't have been able to see anything with Tyson. THANK YOU! We met Nana there Thursday evening. Friday morning Tyson attended interviews and tours all morning. At 11:00 I met up with him and we went and had lunch with some of the nurses, office staff, and other physicians. This allowed Nana and Rylan to have their time together. After lunch we met with a realtor who showed us some beautiful property on and off the lake. By the time we were done it was time for dinner with more the of the staff, physicians, office coordinator, and CFO of the hospital. We had a fabulous meal with wonderful people. At the end of the day we were exhausted (Nana probably was too), but seeing this great town and the opportunity for a possible job for Tyson was well worth it.
     Saturday morning we got up and watched the beautiful sunrise from the boardwalk outside our hotel. We looked at ducks, enjoyed the beauty and peace, and had our morning coffee/milk.

More of Granbury, Tx and pictures to come.

1 comment:

  1. It would be a really fun town to live in. AND you could live on the lake. Win-win. Glad you guys had a lot of fun there.

    PS--you're pictures are really good.