Happy fall, from the Chesapeake Bay!
So far it looks a lot like the other seasons around here, but it is most definitely fall.
How do I know? First of all, I've started running again...a clear sign of the coming of autumn.
Second of all, I'm working in Family Medicine right now and let me tell you, people attribute all kinds of things to the changing seasons.
I like my rotation a lot and think family med wouldn't be bad at all. The one thing I really don't like? Dealing with "colds/coughs/sore throats/sinus infections/upper respiratory infections/bronchitis/whatever you wanna call it" all. the. time. Seriously. But otherwise it's going great!
Burke and I gave talks in church today and as we were introduced the bishop said we would be leaving soon. Between that and Burke's emotional-ness during the intermediate hymn of "Each Life That Touches Ours For Good," (Really? Who can we blame for picking that song?) now everybody has to say something to us about how sad they are that we're leaving or what not. It just feels kind of funny because we aren't actually moving for another month and a half. People are going to keep seeing us around and be like, "Wait. You're still not gone yet?" Let's be serious; nobody wants to say goodbye too many times.
I hope you're enjoying September, wherever you are! I know it's got to be one of my favorite times of year.