I spent the biggest part of February with being sick with different versions of the flu. After being in denial for weeks about my inability to cope with it while working 12 hours a day, it escalated into a sick leave and taking antibiotics.
Milo turned two, which we celebrated with a ladybird cake:
I completed my first month on the cardiology ICU as part of the CPR team. The transition from a Hungarian ICU to an Austrian one is tough, and it isn’t going as smooth as I’ve expected. So I went and listened to some lectures at the Wiener Intensivmedizinische Tage to make myself feel better about my own choices:
I also took some walks with the same purpose…
…and finally started to feel at home in Vienna. I do still miss Salzburg, though.
After a more than ten years long hiatus, I revisited the Jewish Museum.
I spent another few days at home in Budapest and bought two mini skateboards for Milo and Móricka, which they decided to use in a rather unconventional way:
I saw the first snowdrops of 2015:
Finally, on the last day of February I went to see
pretty sparkly stones minerals and fossils at the Spring Fair of the Mineralium Wien: