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.”
Where in the world does the time go? I’ve been planning this blog post since the end of December and now… it’s the end of January?
Anyway, HAPPY 2014!!! In honor of the new(ish) year, here are Kate’s 14 Things for 2014.
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…)
There are few things on which we here at Fleur-de-Licious would consider ourselves experts. If you read regularly, you know very well that one of them is macaroni and cheese. Specifically, the eating of macaroni and cheese. Another thing would be not grocery shopping responsibly. Unless it is a Kale Only Week in which case…we still shop irresponsibly, and we only buy kale. And then end up returning for popcorn. (more…)
Guh. This summer. I’m sorry for being pretty much the worst at posting things.
I’m just kinda busy and exhausted. I mean, before I get whiny: my life is awesome. My existence as a Summer Associate is cushy. I know this. But, my life is also a 12 week long interview at the moment. This means that I haven’t been able to wear sweatpants for months. This means I have to do my hair every day. This means I actually have to put “bake” on my To Do List. It’s bizarre and weird and I apologize that its affecting you.
Anyway. Hi! I’ve missed you!
You guys. It happened again.
Netflix Instant has sucked me into a black hole.
Of seven seasons of Buffy the Vampire Slayer. I have a problem. I can’t stop. Someone hold an intervention. For the love of all that is good. Help me.
Hello friends! This is Hannah up in hurr. I am setting aside a very compelling reading on the formation of spongy bone (ew spongy) to talk to you about 2 crucial things! One is actually more crucial than the other in terms of…well…the world. So we’ll talk about that first.
Last week, thanks to the wonders of the Twitter-verse and La Casa de Sweets, I found out about an online bake sale hosted by Amanda at Kitchen Misfit. Amanda is part of Team in Training, and she’s currently training for the Boston Marathon. She’s hosting this bake sale to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, and I think this is absolutely wonderful! You can read about her training and why she’s doing this on her site. (more…)