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No Place Like Home

11 Nov

Since my last post, I’ve returned from my rural placement and I’m back in civilisation.

I’m thinking about applying there for FY1, actually. It’s a pretty part of the world, even though I am not  remotely what you’d call a country person, and a lovely hospital with good teaching and some of the nicest people I’ve ever worked with. I loved my time there.  It’s just that  I love having my bed back more. I’ve only been home since Friday, and I’m still revelling in the luxury of having my bed, my bookshelves, my cathedral, and my spice rack be less than a two hour drive away.

In my previous block, I was commuting halfway across Scotland on a daily basis.

It is by no means an exaggeration to say that the most exciting part of my current SSM is that my main hospital is a ten minute journey from my house.
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Now playing: Brahms – Symphony No. 2 In D Major

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