First, I don’t eat enough bagels. From a health standpoint, I’m sure I eat enough bagels. There’s probably not a daily recommended allowance of bagels, although there should be, and it should be 5. When I got home from the hospital Sunday morning, I stood in front of my fridge for far too long, trying to figure out why I didn’t want to eat anything that was inside (aside from the fact that there’s basically just eggs and string cheese in there). (more…)
I can’t believe it’s taken me this long to write this post. A few weeks ago, my college roommate Sarah was in town visiting. Even though it took us awhile to figure out some of our other daily activities (sometimes a challenge to choose an summer activity in Texas that does not involve heatstroke), we obvs knew for sure that we would be baking something. (more…)
So, funny story: I might be typing this on an iPad. That’s probably something I never envisioned doing. Oh, the turns life takes. My laptop’s wireless card decided to stop working and I didn’t want to keep y’all without a post for any more days. Thus, I post from my iPad.
There are a few reasons why I find my iPad-posting bizarre.
Some might also say it’s bizarre that I made my dad a pink cake for Father’s Day. Whatever. I don’t like to do what’s expected (that’s maybe a big fat lie).
I passed! I survived! I didn’t go (too) crazy! I made it out of my first year of med school in one piece. Don’t act like you’re not surprised. I am. I know we all had a few doubts. Can she fake her way through genetics? (Yes.) Can she understand just enough physics and chemistry to finally get action potentials? (Yes. Approximately 7 years later.) Can she remember to put her stethoscope in her ears the right way? (Yes. Maybe. On a good day.)
Here are some things I like to think I know now that I didn’t know before August 15th: (more…)