And the dreaded question: What do you think you need to improve on? I was expecting it. I knew the answer. I need to work on organization and coherency. Very insightful. They'll come with time. You do much better if you take the time to write your notes out before rounds. And that's true. All of it.
The bottom line, O Best Beloved? JK finds me impressive as a student, and feels that I have a lot of qualities that will make me a good doctor. I'm ahead of where he'd expect me to be at the beginning of my third year, and I know what my weaknesses are. I'm doing well. Keep it up.
And then I gave my pager number to the intern, in case of admissions in the middle of the night, and I came home and slept for an hour and a half and didn't get working until well after 8. Nobody came in, apparently, as the pager is silent and I was off shift at 10. But I have a printout of the Limping Child outline for presenting tomorrow. And I know what I'm going to say, I think. And tomorrow I get to see Angel for dinner - and then finish writing my expanded H&P which is due Wednesday.
And after all that, it's nearly midnight again, and it's far past my bedtime. Goodnight, O Best Beloved.