At ease

All the procrastination caught up with me in one fell swoop, sorry for the radio silence, exams happened! I can’t quite describe the post-test feeling. Confident in the knowledge of my failure I’m indulging in six lavish days off, which are worth their weight in gold and bacon.
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OSCEs, practical examinations medical students have to take which are a ritual public humiliation for the unprepared and an otherwise great chance to don the herringbone and play doctor for the day. DSC_0177 DSC_0170

Celebratory Byron burger with a couple of the guys from church; they really are so good! DSC_0220 Old friends

Lunch was a traditional Lasagne courtesy of my all round favourite London restaurant, Prezzo. I met up with an old friend from high school and shared life! (and pasta). It’s really strange taking trips down memory lane, seeing where everyone is with their lives, and sadly I don’t think we do it enough! Sometimes 1s/s is too fast.
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My friend James recently got his first camera, so we spent the afternoon walking around London trying out that bad boy! Twenty five years, today Forgotten arts DSC_0299To top it all off, a lovely dinner courtesy of the old committee, handing stuff over officially and marking the start of a new year!

 

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