Our left foots.
This is also the 11th anniversary of when we first met in Ubon Ratchathani, while I was on my first adventure to Southeast Asia. Six months after we met the first time, we met again in Germany, took a picture of our left foots, and decided to get married. I didn't give it a lot of thought--it was really just part of the journey I was on.
We were going to go out to dinner last night, but it was pouring rain, so we stayed in and watched some tv. Married life.
This is a short work week for me. I was in the hospital yesterday with my group, and they are doing fine. Today they have a writing assignment, and I have to go to court to testify on behalf of a friend. It should be fairly quick. I am the first up, and I can't imagine them being able to come up with more than a few questions.
After court I will work on setting up preceptorships for my students. I received the preceptor names yesterday, and I know most of them, so it should be fairly easy. I dread setting up preceptorships, but once they start, my life becomes a lot easier, so it balances out.
I took a picture of my stethoscope. I was thinking that this will likely be the last stethoscope I will ever own. My previous one lasted for years and years, partly because the manufacturer has a great program where you can send it in to be refurbished. It finally just kind of fell apart. I've had this one for a few years, but rarely use it, unless my students ask me to listen to something, which they rarely do. I need to incentivize that so they ask me more. Maybe a gold star or something.
I have a leftover black and white image from the February challenge. I was going to use it the other day, but forgot. Done.