Hey Bloggie Blogosphere! And hello dear reader!
It is my pleasure to introduce my residency-bound, novel-writing friend. She goes by Eniola. This past fall, her personal story of graduating medical school then writing a novel during her gap year caught my attention. I cannot tell you how much I admire her story (was hoping that she might tell you herself) and she responded thus! Continue reading
Sunday, 26 Jan 2014
We arrived this evening. My sister had an interview at some University, so I asked if my sister and I could stay with my dear friend, Hopeful. To my delight, she readily and graciously agreed.
Yesterday, medical school thwarted my attempts at “normal” professional life. Continue reading
I made a Christmas wishlist. And I haven’t told anyone–not my roommate, not Mama Hopeful, not even Ray-Lily. Continue reading
Dear Pre-Med Me,
If I could go back in time and space and find you freshmen year of undergrad, I might share a few hopeful things, spare some hurtful things. Continue reading
What power has love but forgiveness? In other words, by its intervention What has been done can be undone. What good is it otherwise?
–William Carlos Williams
P.s. Did you know Williams was an MD by day and a writer by night!?!?
A kindred blogger nominated my humble site (here) for this nifty, not quite medal, rather rectangular bit of pixels known as the Liebster award. Google translates the German into “dearest.” Continue reading
P.s. This if some of my dad’s earliest photography work hehe!
Some addictions, like running and studying, can benefit the abuser in therapeutic doses. Others, whether by over indulgence or one-time use… not so much. I don’t know where one might classify blogging–definitely not beside crack cocaine, but not quite far enough removed from, say, food over-consumption or TV marathoning or whatever seemed benign at the time until you realized that your quiz and future life depends on other things than the free-T-shirt Continue reading