As I near the end of my medical degree, I’ve been going over all of my older posts on my blog reliving the past three years of my life at medical school. I would be lying if I said that I didn’t get a little bit emotional. I want to highlight some of the best memories I’ve had over the years in this post but a part of me wants to save it all when I’m nearing the end of fifth year.
I’ve met some amazing people over the years. Some of whom I’m sure will be with me for life. I’ve discovered what specialty I want to pursue within medicine and as much as I’m enjoying medicine, I’ll be glad when it’s finally over and I can start working.
The independence and freedom that university life has given me has taught who I am and what I want in this life. As cheesy as that may sound, not many south Indian girls are lucky enough to be able to experience that which makes me very grateful.
One of the greatest achievements of mine has been the increase in my love for God. For some, university life either diminishes or encourages your faith and I’m pleased that for me it was the latter.
So I’m going to enjoy the rest of this summer as best as I can because in over a month’s time, I will be doing my finals and it’s going to be a horrible but I have a great group of people around me that will help me get through it all…