T Minus Zero
OK, a show of hands -
How many of the doctors out there started their first real day of internship with a uniform inspection? That's what I thought.
So I'm off in inspection-ready summer whites for the last bit of orientating and motivational speaches by the Admiral. By this afternoon, I'll have patients; I'll be their doctor. (This is, of course, just an exciting prelude to a long weekend on call.) It's all very exciting. And scary. But mostly exciting.
The knitting corrollary - and there is always a knitting corrollary - Knitting Is A Metaphor for Life - is that my plan has begun with the Ladybug sweater from the Dale book. I've cast on for the hat and am making good progress on the patterned section. Photos to follow, likely tomorrow.
Which brings us to our second point: I know that many of you are faithful daily(ish) readers. My aunt reads my blog instead of taking up smoking to have a break at work (see - knitting blogs: good for your health), and my dad is on a regular schedule of showing the blog to everyone he works with, and I'm pretty sure there are even some of you not related to me. Without getting all gooey, I love knitting and I love blogging about my knitting and I'm continuing both. Expect to see approximately 3 posts a week, on a random schedule. That's the goal. This month I have Q4 call, other months Q3, and some blessed months without any call whatsoever. Variable reinforcement is the most effective, right? So hang tight, check in with Bloglines, and I'll see you when I'm not running around the hospital like a crazy