Tuesday, December 21, 2010
I had the coolest dream ever last night.  I feel the need to tell you all about it.

I "woke up" at 3am when my alarm went off, which I'd set to see the eclipse (that part is true... but I must have not stayed awake for long....).

When I woke up, my room had windows across from my bed, and I decided to stay in bed, and just move so I could see the moon out my window.  I did that, and saw the red moon they'd described would be there, and then I saw a couple shooting stars go across the eclipse.  They looped through the sky, then turned and crashed back into the moon, causing a giant explosion on the moon!  Then, there was a loud whooshing sound, and a wave of heat and bright light.  I thought I should be dead, but then there was ANOTHER as the moon and the sun blew up, and a giant wave of the end of the universe came over me, and I died (with the rest of the world, painlessly).  ie, I went back to sleep.  This morning when I woke up, I looked out the window, just to make sure I wasn't surrounded by heaven or dust.  I wasn't.  Phew.

The end.

I'd like to, some time today, show you my craft project of the week, but I'm having computer picture loading issues.  I'll get back to you on that sometime today.

For right now, I'm going to get some breakfast, head to Lexington for the day, then come back here and pack for my trip to PA tomorrow!

Stay tuned for pictures later today... I hope.

Oh, and just an FYI, I'm done interviewing until January 11th.  So I won't be talking about a whole lot of medical stuff....  Sorry!  It's vacation time, people!


About Me

I am a Family Medicine intern at a community hospital in Indiana, navigating the new world of being a physician. I am privileged to work in a field I love, where every day is a new and unpredictable challenge.
I am not only a doctor, but also a cyclist, runner, DIYer in the making, lover of the outdoors, traveler, and human.
Human, MD is a glimpse into the world of a young doctor who is just trying to stay true to herself through the grueling whirlwind of residency.


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