Meme

Apr. 25th, 2013 08:35 pm
aquinasprime: (Merlin and Snape?!?!?!?!)
[personal profile] aquinasprime
I saw this meme on [personal profile] quoththeravyn and thought it looked like fun.

If you want to play, leave a comment and I'll give you an age and you answer these questions about your age.

I was given 23.

I lived in: My parents house. Yes I still lived at home at 23. I have always had a good relationship with my parents so this made sense to me. I had all of the freedom of living in an apartment on my own, but the perks of being at home (no rent, laundry). I was going to medical school and surviving on loans, so being able to save on rent/food really helped me keep my debt manageable.

I drove: A 1994 white Jeep Grand Cherokee. At this point it was very old, but had very low mileage on it.

I was in a relationship with: My husband. We had just started dating for the second time (long story) and would be engaged before I turned 24.

I feared: failing. Medical school was an incredible challenge. I was gearing up to take the first part of the medical boards (there are three parts), and keeping my grades up so I could pursue a competitive residency if I wanted one.

I worked at: La Marina, a seafood restaurant owned by a friend of the family. I had worked their briefly during college, as a busperson and later in the kitchen working the fryers. I wanted some extra cash and had Friday afternoons free, so I worked from 3-9ish in the kitchen taking phone orders and cooking all of the fish fries, clams, shrimp, scallps, french fries, etc for both the dining room and take-out orders. It turned out to be great preparation for working in an operating room.

I wanted to be: At this point, I was still firmly convinced I wanted to do a residency in opthalmology and a cornea fellowship. I was still in lectures at this point, so I hadn't discovered the joy that was anesthesiology yet.
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