My good friend Amy is pretty incredible: she spent all of fourth year, even the hardest parts, training for two races for Dana Farber, and on 4/18 she’s ran the Boston Marathon. 26.2 miles of dedication. I’m pretty impressed. She’s a good person, and is going to make a great surgeon. Go Amy, you should be proud of … More DIY Gift Bucket
Guest post by my dear friend Lauri. She is an amazing friend and an excellent cook. —– Hi there! My name is Lauri. Mita & I have been friends since day 1 of medical school, and it still amazes me to think about how far we’ve both come since then. One of the many blessings … More Lauri’s Kale & Brussels Sprouts Salad with Fried Goat Cheese
Yesterday was Pi Day. I made a pie. And I matched at a residency program, though I don’t know which one, as did many fourth year medical students . It’s the culmination of our medical school work, deciding what field we want to pursue, putting together an application, going through interviews, setting a rank list, … More Lemon Meringue Pie, Matching, and Pi Day
This is a first for the Clumsy Cook Blog, but please welcome a guest writer: me! I just wanted to share that being friends with M- is an exercise in recognizing and coming to terms with your own laziness. M- and I have many similarities. We were both science majors, lived on the same hallway … More Presenting: The wonderful, the awesome, the S-! (and a stuffed pepper)
March 14th – March 18th — Spring Break 2011. This may conjure up images of drunken beach parties, beach volleyball, uncommitted spring-flings, and overall tom-foolery. Now, picture it my way: best friends, Franzia, books upon books, no grading, no lesson planning, and lots of sleeping. Oh yeah, and a beach 🙂 Spring Break 2011 marks … More Spring Break + Chocolate Scones!