In a little less than two months, I will board a plane and take a trip to the country of my birth, Kenya. I will then drink a cup of home-grown coffee, perhaps two. I have the privilege of taking a fourth year elective in Pediatric Neurosurgery at Kijabe Hospital, about an hour northwest of… Read more >>
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Happy Thanksgiving!! Warning: dorky thankfulness post incoming. Things I’m thankful for: SNOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOW!!!! Snoooooooooow. I’ve lived my whole life in Florida and I’m finally, FINALLY getting to experience real weather. I’m in love. Seriously. Everything looks cuter with snow. Snow is squishy. I can wear my hair down and not risk death by heat stroke. It’s… Read more >>