Just three days ago, I had my last duty as a post grad medical intern. Oh my, a year went by so fast. During that day, I felt excited and relieved (among other feelings, of course) that I survived another year of training. I'm done with morning rounds, progress notes, census, history taking, night and Sunday duties and all other things expected from a PGI!
Well, temporarily at least.
Today, I woke up and reality came back to me. Being done with internship is not the end. It's another beginning. That's the thing I noticed in the journey of being a doctor - when you accomplish something (like graduating medschool, surviving clerkship and internship) it doesn't automatically mean you're finished. It just means you're a step closer.
In a few days, I will be embarking on a new chapter - the most dreadful part of this journey - preparing for the Physician Licensure Exams. And like any other chapter I have started, I pray, pray really hard with hands together and eyes closed, I pray that I accomplish it too. 👍🏼 #apinchofcarina
🎶Yo siento que este amor es demasiado grande, tan fuerte como la muralla china y más alto que Los Andes, yo siento que este amor es demasiado bueno tan perfecto como el mismo cielo dulce como un caramelo 📱🎧 💑❤️