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Kim Friedline

Kim Friedline
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Kim is a Rochester native who in 2006 unexpectedly found herself back in her hometown, marrying a boy she had once dated as a 15 year-old, and putting down new roots. Kim and husband David have three rambunctious boys born in 2011, 2014 and 2017. Kim works part-time at Mayo Clinic as an Education Program Coordinator, and spends the rest of her time chasing her boys and stepping on legos. She loves to escape the chaos with a run, putzing around in the garden, making guacamole in the kitchen, and enjoying a cup of coffee or a glass of wine (not all at once). She is also actively pursuing the world's greatest chocolate chip cookie recipe.
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To The Woman At The Orchard: Thank You

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Thank you for reminding me, woman at the orchard, that community doesn't disappear just because we're in a pandemic.
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My Love/Hate Relationship With Fall

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I have a confession to make (feel free to clutch your pumpkin spice lattes): I don't love fall. In some ways, I kind of hate it.
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The Only Thing That Feels Right

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None of the escapes ever feel right, except one: nature. Nature is literally the only thing that has consistently felt right this year.
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Windowsill Gardening: Growing Veggies From Scraps

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The kids have enjoyed helping and watching our little seedlings grow. We're learning together about gardening, taking care of our plants, and reducing food waste.

Endometriosis Awareness: Q & A with Abby’s Physician, Dr. Zaraq Khan

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bby's physician, Dr. Zaraq Khan, answers common questions about endometriosis, diagnosis, treatment, and gives recommendations for advocacy.
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Abby’s Story, Part 3: Endometriosis Advocacy

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Endometriosis is an incredibly common condition (at minimum, 10% of women have it), yet the ER doctors that I saw over the years didn’t know what it was. We have to use our voices and speak up.
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Abby’s Story, Part 2: Infertility and Hope

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Before starting In-Vitro Fertilization (IVF), the team ran my bloodwork and found that my egg reserve was very low, and that the endometriosis was growing back.
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Abby’s Story, Part 1: Diagnosis and Treatment

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My doctor was pretty sure at this point that I had endometriosis, and scheduled a laparoscopy to get a better look of what was going on.

Ready to Get Away? 5 Beach Destinations One Stop Away from RST!

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Need a little more convincing to just book it? Here are some great beach destinations that you can get to via RST.
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Groundhog Day: Stuck in the Loop

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Instead of slumping through the doldrums of winter, wishing it away, what if I instead focused on using this time to better myself and the lives of those around me?