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Freshman Year at Stupid Jerkface University

Life after high school was pretty great. I was no longer the shy, reclusive kid I was when I first left home, but a outgoing, popular young man. People didn’t really know about my love of General Hospital, but nobody was surprised by my decision to become a doctor after all, my favorite subject was anatomy.  Though that was as much a literal thing as it was figurative  Since I knew for a couple years that I wanted to go in to medical school I had read every book the school could offer on the subject, as well as biology and chemistry. People often wonder why I decided to go to Stupid Jerkface University to get my medical degree when I had several better offers. The reason I told everyone was because it was close to home, and I didn’t want to be to far away from my family. The real reason was because … Read more…

The early years

Growing up I never thought I would become a respected doctor in a small rural town, I guess it’s funny how things turn out. When I was a kid my family lived on a small farm in Montana around 20 miles out of town. Life was simple back then,all you had to worry about were animals getting loose and making sure that the crops were harvested. The main crop we grew was corn, and before it was time to harvest we’d like to go and play hide and seek in the corn fields. No adults allowed of course. There were nine people in the house when I was growing up. Mom (Anne) and Dad (Wil), my sisters Felicia, Kate and Ricki and my older brothers Neil, Patrick and Nathan. Then there was me, the youngest of the bunch. By the time I was born my parents had run out of good names so … Read more…