That's right, RED VELVET King Cake! How was I supposed to just walk by that in the store and not buy it?! Not enough will power in the world. And it tastes as good as it looks. I had 3 pieces for dinner one night...diet schmiet.
In other news, I'm having a small panic attack where my dissertation is concerned. I haven't pulled a late night writing session since college, but this might be the week it gets reinstated.
On the residency front, not much is new. I'm getting antsy about starting to look for real jobs after fellowship though. When I need a pick me up, sometimes I scroll through the Ortho job postings on various websites. It just makes Jeff panicky for some reason. I'm so ready for him to start interviewing! One of his classmates has already signed a contract and is getting a nice stipend every month as a perk. I can't help but think how nice that would be! I like to live in an alternate reality where I think we'll magically find the perfect ortho job in the same city where I'll get a college teaching position...
For people who have signed contracts, how did you go about starting the interview process? Did you know exactly where you wanted to live? Did you wives take into consideration the ability for you to find a satisfying job in that town, or just sign at a place that was best for your husband?