Conor’s graduation day seemed like it was ages away. Every year we’d feel a little better about having more time and years behind us and we were moving closer and closer to the finish line: graduation.
It’s been a long four years, more for my husband than myself but it feels like it’s been ages. This is the week that all fourth-year medical students have been waiting for. It’s Match week and today is Match Monday. Match Monday is the day… [read more]
The most common questions we receive are “where are you in the process,” “how many years are left” and “what’s next.” I remember when we first started this journey, we thought that the most difficult part was getting in, but I’ve come to realize… [read more]
I remember the relief we both felt when he finally received that acceptance letter. To me it was a moment of peace and pride in him; for him, though, it meant the beginning of a very long journey. My husband went through two painfully… [read more]
It’s officially interview season and while we have heard and read about the proper ways to interview for jobs, medical school interviews are a little bit different. During my husbands’ preparation for medical school interviewing he worked with an admissions counselor from an Osteopathic school… [read more]
It’s strange to think that summer has gone past and fall has come. The summer seemed to drag along while we waited for medical school to begin, our lease to be up and big changes to happen. In the spring we finally went on our… [read more]