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In fact, hospital call rooms have very small, squeaky beds and very thin walls!
In those times, it has been a sweet memory to think of him in college and why I fell in love with him to begin with.And single ladies, it was so definitely watch for that good eye contact!) Although I think Christopher has handled residency as well as anyone, even he had his moments of such extreme physical and/or mental exhaustion that he just seemed “different.” If it’s only every now and then, well, don’t we all, but sometimes entire rotations will cause this subtle change. A friend of mine once said, regarding parenting, “The days are long, but the years are short,” and not only did that change my life with my day to day parenting outlook, but it hits pretty close to home with residency too. (I joke that I have an honorary doctoral degree, but so far, no one is buying it.
We are almost nine years into our eleven-year journey, and it is crazy when I really process that.When you have a baby you will have meals every other day for weeks and a Bible study to attend just for medical spouses, and you will always be able to find another resident’s wife to hang out with when your husband is slammed! I always tell Christopher (quoting a Kenny Chesney song), “I’m the number one fan of the man from Tennessee.” No matter what life throws at him or at us, to me he will always be the man I met in the cafeteria at Lee University — the 20-year-old that made insanely good eye contact and enunciated his words so clearly .