Monthly Archives: December 2013

Gone Fishing

Deep sea fishing that is! After his surgery Shelf exam tomorrow, B and I will be hitting the road to spend a week with our families before going on a belated honeymoon in the Caribbean! Hence, I will be taking a little break from the posts. To keep up with our adventures while we are […]

Don’t let the calendar fool you

This is not Fall. But it is a winter wonderland! Moxley and I spent a good part of this weekend sprinting and jumping through big piles of snow. But when I did forge out for an ugly sweater party and to finish up some Christmas shopping, it was nice to have a reliable car to […]

Point Break

Every couple months I get to the point of having had enough – enough of the med school lifestyle. Most of the time I think I have a pretty positive outlook and remain upbeat about this quirky life. However, sometimes the grind of making all the money, trying to establish myself at my new job, […]

We’ve Got the Spirit

Christmas has made its way to our house. Last weekend we went to the tree farm, where Mox wore his jingle bell collar. We got our tree up and decorated. And today I started to tackle the gifts. Gift wrapping is not my strong suite, so I try to parse the wrapping out over several […]

Holiday Fast – Surgeon Style

We have some husband/wife (M and C) friends that are M2s. They have a dog who is buddies with Moxley and we get together for playdates and dog activities. On a recent dog walk, C and I were discussing B’s surgical rotation and she blurted out, “Does he have time to eat?!” M: “Funny you […]

Giving Thanks

Thanksgiving was a success. All my concerns of crowded quarters, canceled plans due to weather, and ruined food were for naught. Sure, it was cozy and there was some lake effect snow in the mix, but it was relaxed, stress-free, fun, and full of tasty food. Dad helped me with the bird. My brother made […]