The End of Summer

28 Aug

So, back to work. It feels like it was barely yesterday that I came home from the Western Isles and it’ll never not seem weird to be going back to uni in August — even weirder, since the rest of the UK actually gets a bank holiday on Monday. Still, it’s been a lovely few weeks of having obscenely long lies in and reading books that weren’t about anything to do with medicine.

I have lectures on Monday. On Tuesday, I start my 18 months of clinical medicine with a rotation in General Medicine and a daily commute halfway across Scotland and the Glorious Year Of No Exams.

Now playing: Murray Gold – The Unicorn And The Wasp
via FoxyTunes


Posted by on August 28, 2010 in Blog, Medicine



3 responses to “The End of Summer

  1. Saam

    September 20, 2010 at 6:05 pm

    Glad to see you’re in 4th year now, must be a nice feeling to not worry about an end of year exam. Just happy I got through the notorious second year to be honest!

    Take care of yourself Beth, hopefully speak to you soon


    • sefkhet

      September 20, 2010 at 10:08 pm

      It’s a great and glorious feeling!

      I have a rant on here somewhere about how third year is not actually the piss-take that everyone tries to tell you it is, but it is SO much better than second year and it’s nice to ease back into things with the SSM. Have a fantastic term.

      • Saam

        September 26, 2010 at 4:46 pm

        What’s this, 3rd year is not a piss take? Don’t break my heart here Beth haha.

        Hope you have a great term too, I will probably email you again asking for help as I did last year, I’ll give my apologies and thanks in advance before I do lol.


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