"Good solutions often lie not so much in the undiscovered as in the unused."
My son, Jordan, completed his first year of residency (known as "the Intern" year) last Friday.
This morning, he left for Boston, where he’ll complete 3 more years of residency in anesthesiology, then perhaps a year of fellowship.
We’ve thoroughly enjoyed having him and his family with us over this last year. We will truly miss them all. Katie and the kids leave in a month.
(If you’ll permit me to gloat, Jordan received an award as the outstanding anesthesiology student when he graduated from John Hopkins Med School last May. But more importantly, he’s just a very good person.)
What one person receives without working for, another person must work for without receiving.: