But the good part about all this is my clinical is in my hometown of Lafayette Indiana which is about an hour from my farm. Man do I love me some Lafayette. It just really reminds me of home I feel like it is my hometown. I've lived in the town that I live in now almost as long as I lived in Lafayette. But when I'm driving in Lafayette I just instinctively know where to turn I know where stuff is I know how to maneuver that town and it all just feels like really comfortable sweatpants. I daydream sometimes about how I could move my family back to Lafayette and we could live there. I know that is not realistic we are actually moving in the opposite direction eventually but there is just something about Lafayette that feel so home to me. I get a little jealous of my friends on Facebook that I see that are still living in Lafayette I feel like they did it right. That town is just the right size it's not too big and it's not too small. I'm sure it's one of those things like St. Vincent Hospital was to me where it seems like it would be so great to go back to this magical place but when you actually get there and are stuck there you realize that it isn't. My brain love to remember things with the happiest sparkly light around it. That's a nice way to be but it's not very realistic when you're trying to make life choices based off it. There will be no going back to my small town I grew up in but I am enjoying my clinical time there I even drove by the house I lived in in college and it looks cute as could be.
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