So here’s the thing about night shifts. When you get a night off, what ends up happening is you sitting alone at home on your couch watching episode after episode of Modern Family until 4am. I meant to watch True Detective, but that requires a lot of concentration, and my jet-lagged brain isn’t up for that right now. (more…)
It’s Thanksgiving! On the one hand, thank GOODNESS because it’s my favorite holiday (I think) and no one is allowed to interview me for residency on Thanksgiving. On the other hand, it’s Thanksgiving??? Allow me to digress for just a hot second into the whole clichéd I-can’t-believe-it’s-already-almost-December thing. (more…)
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. (more…)
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. (more…)