Full disclosure, I don’t feel like writing right now. However, I will vomit all over this keyboard for the next twenty minutes to fulfill my obligation to this project.Continue reading “On small gatherings and anniversaries (or Orientation: a post-mortem)”
Nicho Watts! Nicho is a 30yo father, Christian, and trader. I grew up with Nicho as a childhood friend and we have been loosely following each other since high school graduation.
During this conversation, we discuss his return to Christianity, the importance of stories and archetypes for a developing mind, and why he wants his death to feel like taking off a watch.Continue reading “Nicho Watts On Death”
This first week of orientation serves as a microcosm of things to come.Continue reading “On a first week (or the beginning of Orientation)”
This final week was a bit more hectic than I had planned. However, I think this reflects an important on-ramp for the coming orientation and beginning of clinical rotations. My co-residents are finally in one place together and I had an unexpectedly adventurous Wednesday.Continue reading “On a meet-up and an opportunity”
Suzie Marschhausen! Suzie is a 28yo mother, writer, and coach. I attended high school with Suzie and have been watching her personal and spiritual journey from afar. During this conversation, we discuss her recent Ayahuasca ceremony, the difficulty of releasing attachment as a new parent, and how the pain of abandonment takes on a new meaning for her.Continue reading “Suzie Marschhausen On Death”
Forgive me for my brevity, but I only have one more week of pure vacation before residency orientation begins next Monday. Which means that I would much rather spend my Sunday morning enjoying my extended paternal leave instead of writing.Continue reading “On a move book-ended by birthdays”
I went back home to NH for my paternal grandmother’s funeral. She died about a month ago. She was cremated down in TN. Her ashes were brought down to her daughters in FL. Then, she flew up to NH for this memorial and burial service.Continue reading “On funereal and familial reflections (or the beginning of Intern Year)”