White Coat Ceremony

In January before Jack's Physician's Assistant class could start their Friday clinicals they had to first get their White Coat. This coat was renamed the "Coat of Compassion" by one of the directors of the program. He said it represents dedication to the patient while adhering to the Physician Assistant Oath and Code of Ethics. I think it represents two of the hardest years of their lives. Jack has missed out on so much. He spends hours and hours including Saturday's and Sunday's studying for tests that are every Monday. He has worked so hard and even though school has been hard for the both of us the end result will be awesome!! I am so proud of him and how hard he has worked.The whole class with their White Coats. Brandon, Brian, Johan, Jack and Big D (Darren).
The wives club. Kate, Tyrel, Jess, Kayla and Shannon. We may look good in this picture, but just come to our house about 1:00 PM and I think we would all still be in our pajama's with our hair not looking nearly this good. But we clean up well. It was good to get out and get dressed up for a night. Thanks Grandma Pat and Gareth and Barb for watching our kids.
Awww, doesn't he look professional? Anyone need a check up? Sore Throat, Ear Infection Pelvic Exam?
The Basketball Crew - Micah, Ben, Mike, Tony, Johan, Brandon, Brian and Jack.
Thanks Shannon for taking the pictures and sending them to me.


  1. Congrats Jack! White looks good on you.

  2. I am so proud of them too! I love what you said about how we look at 1 p.m. and you are spot on. I am happy if I've taken a shower by the time Tony gets home. Keep up the good work guys!