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I'm an eye doctor in training, juggling my aspirations to become a doctor with my passions for food, traveling, and life. You'll find a little bit of each on this blog!
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Monthly Archives: August 2012
You know how I have a thing for ice cream? I think my family has a thing for peach picking. As in, forty.stinkin.pounds of peaches in one picking. Yeah, I think it’s safe to say it’s definitely a thing. Humor … Continue reading
So summer is officially over…and there were so many crazy (but mostly in a wonderful way) things that happened these past few months and so many crazy (also good crazy) things about to happen. Also, my first day of my … Continue reading
I can’t even express to you how obsessed I am with my new food processor. So I’ll let this picture do the talking. Because hello?? THAT SWIRL. It’s the most mesmerizing peanut butter I’ve ever seen. And I made it! Out … Continue reading
In case you haven’t noticed, I like starting off my blog posts with my most favorite photo of the moment. The BAM!-photo, if you will. Case in point ^ These are the spiral stairs that exit the Vatican Museum, which … Continue reading
You know how you’re supposed to study abroad and come back a changed person? Independent, confident, self-reliant, and such/whatnot/all that jazz? Welll sorry to feed the cliches, but it’s so true. But the most drastic way I’ve cornily “grown as … Continue reading