It’s that time again in Michigan. That time, about mid-way through the summer, when it becomes glaringly apparent why I moved here (besides that thing about residency). You can pick ALL the things yourself.
I made you some lime bars to get ready for spring!
I say this stuff about “spring” as I look out of my window at…snow. On April 3rd. It’s not even April 1st, so you know it’s not an April Fools (Fool’s? Fools’? Do the jokes belong to the fools?) joke.
Here in Michigan we’re experiencing a heat wave. It was 30 degrees today! There were enough minutes of sunlight that I may have made a small dent in my massive vitamin D deficit.
(Someone should figure out a way for hospital lighting to give you vitamin D. Help the staff! Help the patients! Vitamin D for everybody!) (more…)
Is that a long enough name for a cookie?
Has it been a long enough time since I wrote a blog post? Or should I stay away for another, oh, I dunno FOUR MONTHS.
I would like to take this opportunity to make a post-dated announcement: Fleur-de-Licious went on a brief hiatus, due to…intern year. It’s the real deal. These 80+ hour work weeks are no joke. But if my New Years Resolution is going to involve cookies and stuff (like, making and eating more obvi), then I see this as a perfect time to make another announcement: FLEUR-DE-LICIOUS IS BACK Y’ALL.
So, today is our first day of residency. It’s kind of a big thing. Basically just this big mash up of nervousness and excitement and terror and omg-can-we-just-get-this started-already. (more…)
Do you know anybody in Ann Arbor, Michigan?
I don’t either. But I’ll be moving there in June to start my Medicine/Pediatrics residency at University of Michigan! After all that traveling and all those interviews and all that contemplating about lists and ranks and cities and hospitals…4th med students all over the country found out where they’ll be for residency for the next few years. (more…)
It’s winter in Dallas finally. We had some sleet and frozen rain fall from the sky and schools closed for 2 days. I went to work on the second of the 2 “snow days,” and there was so little traffic that I wish EVERY day was a fake snow day for the rest of the city. (more…)