Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Checking In and Some Plugs

Hey all,

Just checking in to say that everything's going fine with med school orientation. I'm surviving just fine, my roommate's really laid back and great, and I've met some awesome fellow future docs. :) I'll post more with details probably Friday night when orientation is all done with (yeah, orientation lasts a week, ick).

Thanks again Steevo for that really sweet "surprise!!" And thanks to everyone who either commented or wished me luck on your blogs, it means a ton. ^_^

Lastly, I'd like to plug two blogs. The one by Pilgrim, La route de Pilgrim - Pilgrim's ways, probably doesn't need much introduction here. But the other's a new blog by Fer, The maudlin story of a bisexual boy. I haven't read through them yet, but I've skimmed them a bit and they look great! I hope to read them in their entirety some time this weekend or next. So you should all stop by and say hello! :)

P.S. Steevo, I saw a pin like the stained glass picture in your latest post. I want one. :P

P.P.S. Randy, I'll answer a question you asked of me on MSN tonight (well, you asked it implicitly, but I'll answer it explicitly in my next post).

6 comments:

brockl said...

Work hard.. my future doc. :-) My life gonna depends on u now !

j.hubbard said...

good luck with school mister aek

James said...

What question? o.O

charlie said...

Welcome in your new home! I'm sure that as you said, everyting shall be all right! Your working hard, so there is no way that it is going wrong!

Mike said...

EEEEEEEEEEEEEEW ORIENTATION.

Glad you're surviving! Catch you later.

Steevo said...

Well here it is Thursday so orientation is almost over. Now is the time to meet people when everyone is strangers. You can just walk up to them and start talking! Find some hottie to have coffee with!

Yenta* Steevo *such a thing* [NOT a hag ---yet]

*Yenta:

1) Yiddish word which describes an old woman who is a matchmaker - a Yentle.(Ref. Fiddler on the Roof)

2) In modern use the meaning has become that of an annoying old hag.

1) My parents are going to the Yentle tonight to negotiate the dowry.