Wednesday, March 3, 2010

The fog has lifted

My dearest Nora, wherever thou mayst roam,

I reckon I've got the rest of my university career planned out as of this morning. It's kind of a strange feeling... for all of my collegiate experience until this point, I went into registration periods with an idea of what I wanted (needed) to take and would end up adjusting based on availability. Those days are over (save for Organic Chem lab...never, ever enough seats to accommodate those who wish to take it). Further making my head spin (rather pleasantly) is that the end is in sight. It's still a ways off, but I've a very clear path to the finish line.

Boy, this time next year, I'll have a date set to sit for the MCAT. The very thought is cause for excitement. I always grin like an idiot before, during, and after huge milestones. I'm even grinning a year early on this one. applying to medical school!

Ha, just now I've realised that an assignment deadline is fast approaching. Forgot all about it. Coffee, here I come!

May the grace of He keep you always,

J.O. Morris

1 comment:

  1. This is the worst part about studying medicine: the legwork to GET to the place where you are studying medicine.

    You've got a great attitude and you'll be whistling dixie through the doors of Med School U in no time. :)