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I Have Joined the 1 in 4: Our Story of Miscarriage

Starting a family is a very personal choice for every person/couple. For DrH and me, it was a no-brainer that we would start a family (God willing) when the “time was right.” But, when is the time right exactly? And with him being in residency, there is never a “right” time, just maybe “better” times.… Continue reading I Have Joined the 1 in 4: Our Story of Miscarriage

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Lives of Doctor Wives

A couple weeks before our wedding I was reading a fellow dr.'s wife's blog and she mentioned joining a Facebook group called "Lives of Doctor Wives." It is a private group of physician spouses all over the country who are all at different stages of the schooling, training and practicing process. I was thrilled to find… Continue reading Lives of Doctor Wives

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Catching up – Month of May

So I apologize that it has been about a month since I have updated everyone on our happenings, but let me tell you, things have been a little hectic. So here is the run down. 1. Living Situation: Earlier on I mentioned that we were house hunting because we would be in the area for a minimum… Continue reading Catching up – Month of May

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Match Day 2014

As expected future Dr. Hubby and I had a very sleepless Thursday night. I woke up to him watching videos on Hulu at 3:30am because he just couldn't sleep. Seriously, the morning couldn't come soon enough. Before heading to the school we had to stop by the hospital for future Dr. Hubby to get some blood work… Continue reading Match Day 2014

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Another Second Look & Final Rank List

In my last post I ended with saying: "In the next 2.5 weeks we will be nailing down the list and hoping for the best. " Well, in those 2.5 weeks we took a little trip! The most important thing that I learned from future Dr. Hubby's residency interview process is to keep an open… Continue reading Another Second Look & Final Rank List

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The “C” Word

No I am not talking about that nasty word that people call b****y women. I am talking about the word that has become all too common to hear and has touched everyone to some degree. Yes, I am talking about CANCER. When I was a child my grandfather had stomach cancer, when I was 15… Continue reading The “C” Word

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The Countdown

A few months ago my soon to be sister-in-law showed me a countdown app for my iphone. She has hers set counting down to when she and her husband will finish his 5 year orthopedic surgery residency; which at the time they were about a year and a half into. Me being the type-A planner… Continue reading The Countdown

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Interview Update

So we are about six interviews into this and I have learned a few things about the residency interview process thus far that I thought I'd share  with you. 1. It is a total crap shoot. When you send out your applications you tend to have a general idea of where you think you will be… Continue reading Interview Update

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Pick Your Own Adventure

Pick Your Own Adventure As I mentioned in my last post (Residency Applications & Interviews), Future Dr. Hubby (FDH) submitted his residency applications a few weeks ago and is now receiving interview offers. At this point he has completed two interviews and has more being scheduled from now through January. When you were a kid… Continue reading Pick Your Own Adventure

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Residency Applications & Interviews

Well the time has come (and gone) when the future Doctor Hubby had to submit his residency application (ERAS) to programs around the country. The application in like a college application, but on steroids. It includes a personal statement, at least 4 written recommendations, resume (CV) and an online form (I also might be missing… Continue reading Residency Applications & Interviews