I guess I forgot to mention this what with spring break and all, but I got my rotations schedule!
I’m starting off at the Cincinnati VA with ambulatory care and critical care, so I’m excited to get two REALLY DIFFERENT experiences back to back. And it’ll be fun to crash with my parents for two months.
Then I’m back in Indy at a Kroger for a month doing the community thing, and after that I’ll be in Avon at an underserved clinic. After that I’m back at grand old Butler to do a public health research/academic rotation with Dr. Ryder!
I finish my long stint strong with a general medicine rotation at Indy’s VA and then I’m at my retail home, Marsh! Luckily after all of that I get a long break from Thanksgiving until New Year’s and thennn.
INFECTIOUS DISEASE AAHHHH. Then a month off. Back on the road where I finish all of my rotations with back to back psych rotations, one here at Community North and the other at the Cinci VA!
Anyway this video is exactly how I feel with this month wrapping up.
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I feel like we’re living in a weird time warp where winter just never happened.
February ends next week. It’s already practically Friday. I swear, I need 2 extra hours in every day–and no, I won’t forfeit sleep for extra time, I want magical rearrangement of the solar system for more hours in a day. Oh, heck, I’ll just move to Mars. That’s the same thing right?
At least the weather has been behaving.
There is a lull right now in the frantic studying. Clusters are 2 weeks away. That means that spring break is 2 weeks away and I cannot be more excited. I also can’t emphasize enough how quickly this semester is flying by!
This summer (why am I thinking about summer?) I will be doing 2 internships, one at a community retail pharmacy and one at a hospital. I should find out about those faaairly soon. I’m excited to break out of my normal routine at Marsh, but then again I’m comfortable in my store and if I get put in a place that does 400 scripts/day I might scream. But it’s only for two weeks so I should survive.
That’s my update! I made a mug brownie with truvia and almond flour instead of flour and real sugar. With just cocoa powder, milk, and canola oil as the other ingredients, I’d say I had a Diet Dessert Success.