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Lives of Doctor Wives: Let's Welcome Leah

Saturday, August 22, 2009

Let's Welcome Leah

Hello!
My name is Leah (AKA JumpingJane) and my SO is a PGY2 General surgeon. I have been around the blog for a few months now, making comments here and there. I am originally from Kansas, but met J in Texas while I was obtaining my masters and he was in med school. After he was matched in DC. I finished up my masters and joined J just recently in June. Its an interesting ride moving half way across the country with out any family or a job. I appreciate this site immensely. It makes me feel a little less alone. I am lucky that my boyfriend is willing to do the dishes and help clean on his days off, so the being woken up every day at three am and his psycho cat are annoyances I live with. :) Anyway, Hello! and Thank you for being out there!

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Blogger Kim said...

Hi Leah! Congrats on being done with your masters and finally getting to be with your guy. My husband is an MSIV looking to go into gen surgery, so I may have lots of ?'s you in the future. Glad you're here!

August 22, 2009 at 11:35 AM  
Blogger Trisha said...

Hey Leah! My husband is also a second year surgery resident. We're in Tulsa. Welcome!

August 22, 2009 at 1:59 PM  
Blogger Beth Hollenbeck said...

Hi Leah! My husband went to KU for medical school. We are in South Carolina for his ortho surgery residency. We have an opportunity to go back to Kansas for a job, but haven't decided. So glad you are here!

August 22, 2009 at 10:00 PM  
Blogger JumpingJane said...

Kim- Any questions I can answer, I would be happy to (it will be strange to be on the answer side!) Good luck with the rest of MSIV!

Trisha- I have been to Tulsa quite a few times on my way from KC to Dallas and back. Nice to know a fellow pgy2 surgeon!

Beth- That must be a big decision to make a move. I have several friends who went through KU med. Good luck with the job hunt. I hope you find the perfect place. Let me know if you end up in KC. :)

August 23, 2009 at 6:05 PM  

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