An Interview with my Mom, Vardith L. Fox, M.D., December 25, 2009


This is an interview I did with my mom on Christmas Day, 2009 in honor of the “National Day of Listening.” According to Wikipedia, it is “an unofficial day of observance where Americans are encouraged to set aside time to record the stories of their families, friends, and local communities. It was first launched by the national oral history project StoryCorps in 2008 and now recurs on the Friday after Thanksgiving Day, when families are more likely to spend time together. It was proposed as an alternative to “Black Friday,” a day many businesses see as a high volume pre-Christmas sale day which was actually the day after Thanksgiving.” I couldn’t be with my parents at Thanksgiving, so I did shortly after when we finally were able to get together. I figured better late than never.

My mom was one of the first women to enter the field of medicine, graduating medical school in 1951.

 

1 comment for “An Interview with my Mom, Vardith L. Fox, M.D., December 25, 2009

  1. Cathy
    June 27, 2015 at 8:54 am

    My thoughts are with you Anne. If you need anything please don’t hesitate.

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