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Pour Me Another Glass

Irritability.  Tremors in my fingers that look much like typing.  Creativity grand-mal-study seizures.  Diaphoresis – well, that’s mostly because the radiator is right under my desk.

The rest of it is all because I’m currently in the throes of the dreaded and dangerous Delerium Bloggums.  This whole not posting, not writing for a week has induced a terrible withdrawal.  And this whole sitting in front of the computer for hours doing practice questions with textbook reviews in between… nausea and vomiting, folks, nausea and vomiting.

But, on one of my precious, precious 30 min study breaks, I devised a way to ameliorate the symptoms just a bit – by posting stories from back in the day, way back before I started this blog, when I was still recording my med school M3 existence in parts elsewhere.

Stay tuned for some selected stories of the olden days – back when I was on rotations like OB/Gyn, Psych, Neuro, Anesthesia, Surgery, Family Medicine, and the like…

14 comments on “Pour Me Another Glass

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  2. on thehomefrontandbeyond
    October 9, 2012

    looking forward to it — seriously…………..

  3. kindredspirit23
    October 10, 2012

    Enjoy everything you post, so it will be great.
    I will keep praying for you,

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