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Graduate of the University of Oregon, Married for 4-1/2 years to my High School sweetheart. I am currently residing in Cleveland while I attend med school.

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    Friday, July 20, 2007

    Absent

    It's been awhile since I have last posted any of my thoughts or rants, but I have a good excuse. In early July I was accepted to Medical school. Great news, to be sure, but I was only given ~9 days to move across the country to start! I made it, classes are going well, but some aspects of my life had suffered, such as keeping up with current events and many of my favorite blogs. I think it's just a temporary hiatus.

    2 Comments:

    Blogger Lew Waters said...

    Congratulations on Med School. Study hard and do well, we need more good Doctors.

    Priorities are always you and your well being and families first.

    1:43 PM  
    Blogger Jimmy K. said...

    Congratulations !! Hope to hear some of your Med School Stories on your Blog.

    6:34 PM  

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