Want to see what the life of EM residents are while their IM/Peds counterparts slave away 80+ hours a week? Building swing sets and stuff... Anyways, until Dan gets off his lazy butt and makes a post, I'll post some pics of the girls that he's sending me. As you can see, they love their new swing set.
I feel like I've lost most of my inspiration to photograph. I don't really know why. Anyone else ever feels like one is in a slump that just can't be gotten out of? I just feel like every shot I take is the same...
Anyways, this photo was from vacation. (yay!) back to the grind, intern year is quickly coming to a close. Of course, I'm gonna end the year with bang - MICU, followed by medicine wards. My last two blocks promise to be the most painful of my entire year. True to form, however, I will then proceed into child development, NICU and outpatient pediatrics to kick off my second year. Yay!
Oh, and congrats to you matchers! I hope intern year will treat you all as well as it has treated me.
Wow, it's been a while since I've posted anything... I have two new cameras - a canon sd800 that I got as a replacement when my trusty old s230 became not-so-trusty (thank goodness for warrantees) and a panasonic dmc-fz20 hand-me-down from my dad when he decided to go D-SLR. And the picture I post? From the cell phone, actually. *shrug*
So I finally feel competent as an intern. Seven admissions in an evening? No problem! I can do that without breaking a sweat, I might even be done with my paperwork by one AM... the little things, though, like knowing the all the lab values and culture results? umm... I might have to go back to medical school, as I swear I've lost all my med student skills. sigh.
Oh yeah, the picture. That's the view I get of the train station every morning, waiting for the train. 4:30AM, 30-40 degrees, the winds blowing by... it's pretty miserable. I can't even imagine having to deal with snow.
I've taken a lot of pictures at the Rockefeller Center over the years, pretty much every time I've been to New York in winter. Yet somehow I never tire of it.
It's kind of a busy shot, but at least it's colorful.
So my short little trip to the east coast. It was awesome seeing Amit and the Gearys (Gearies?). I have to say thanks again for them hosting me and spending time with me, despite both Amit and Dan having pretty insane work schedules during the time of my visit. Anyways, hopefully more to come later.