Mullberry Whine

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Sing It Study-time

I do so enjoy the incomparable sound of Mr. Ray Charles.

I also enjoyed the state of Georgia in the time my family was stationed there, during my early childhood.

And I’m looking forward to enjoying Georgia again – next month, actually, when Mr. Whine and I combine business and pleasure, pairing my USMLE Step 2 CS with a bit of a hiking vacation.

I’m not looking forward to either Step 2 CS (CS = clinical skills, read: the standardized patient experience from hell) or Step 2 CK (clinical knowledge, read: the multiple choice exam from hell), nor am I looking forward to the close apposition of nose and grindstone that must precede said hellish test taking experiences.  I’m afraid that I will not – and should not – be able to look around the edges of my study grindstone to blog regularly in the month of October.

And so, with the sweet tones of Ray, I will wish you all the most beautiful peak fall colors, the best halloween bashes, the largest pillowcases full of good trick-or-treats, and the very best blogging fun as I retreat to my practice-question filled hole, hoping to emerge with the stellar scores on my Steps that will make you all (but especially you, Mum), very, very proud of your Mullberry.  Best to all of you!

And, hey.  Why don’t you pop on over here and regale me with your wisdom sometime this month?


For more Ray Charles


2 comments on “Sing It Study-time

  1. kindredspirit23
    October 3, 2012

    Of course, that is what you MUST do!
    I look forward to your return with the great news of success!

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