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The Reality of Apprenticeships in the 19th Century

So imagine yourself – 10 or 12 years of age and one day your mother, father or stepfather delivers you to the home of another, where you will serve time learning the art and mystery of a trade. 590 more words

On Living Life to the Fullest

A couple of days ago, we packed up the boys and decided to take full advantage of the 70 degree January South Carolina weather by going out to the river. 428 more words

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On Absence Makes the Heart Grow Fonder

The moment has come that I’ve been dreading for the past four weeks. My husband is starting his emergency medicine rotation tomorrow. A little back story for you: he’s been hanging out with me for the last four weeks because he’s essentially been “doing research” and going on residency interviews. 544 more words

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On Balancing Everything

Today I did not wake up on the right side of the bed. And I didn’t wake up on the right side of the bed yesterday either. 677 more words

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On Losing with Grace and Dignity

Anyone who has ever met me knows that I am one of the biggest college football fans that ever lived– for a girl, anyways. There have been a few times in my life where I probably behaved poorly because I am just that emotionally invested in college football. 523 more words

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Bama vs. Clemson: the Sequel. Totes Awk.

Y’all. Why does Alabama have to play Clemson for the national championship? AGAIN. For those of you that don’t know how deliciously awkward this is for me, let me just put this out there again. 480 more words

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Residency Interviews: Greenville Edition

I am sitting here typing this from a nice comfy bed in a hotel room with some good old Vanderpump Rules (trashy but amazing) a la Bravo TV playing in the background. 347 more words

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