The funny thing about becoming a physician is that people never stop asking what you want to be when you grow up. It’s a normal question in high school and college – everyone gets it. Then you get to medical school, and you think, “Finally here! I’m gonna be a DOCTOR when I grow up.”
What’s funny is that everyday for the past month I’ve said, “Yeah but TODAY I’m gonna write a blog post.” And then everyday there’s all the studying, and the working out, and the errands, and the Bachelor…and then it’s bedtime.
And now here we are. In February. I can count on NO hands the number of posts I’ve written since December. Because it’s zero. And because I’m the worst. Continue reading
Hannah and I were talking recently and we came to this conclusion:
Adult life is baloney (bologna?).
Except, if we’re being honest, our version was maybe less PG, more PG-13.
So. I do this thing that is really weird.
Like, tell me something I don’t know, Kate.
But for real I do. In fact, this might be the weirdest thing I do…
Can we talk for a second about the fact that it’s the end of October?
I know it’s the end of October because of these things:
1. We turned our AC off a few days ago…and maybs won’t have to turn it on again? Actually this is more typical of December in Texas, but we’ll take it. Continue reading
Being a real person has had a lot of effects on my life. Obvi.
Like, duh, it has seriously cut down on my free time. And, yes, I have to get up before the sun comes up and get showered and dressed every morning.
But also, being awake and thinking about the law for 8+ hours a day has maybe made me really dumb the other 8+ hours a day that I’m awake.
I moved. My friend Cathy (not to be confused with Kate, whom I do not live with despite spending most Monday nights in front of her television) and I moved into a 2 bedroom because did you know that’s cheaper than paying for rent all by yourself? I only took health care economics in college, and we didn’t learn that. (Also don’t ask me any questions about health care economics, because I don’t know the answer.) Continue reading