Greetings from me.
When was the last time I updated my journal?
Couldn't remember at all.
Life's been busy.
2016, I was occupied with studying for final exams, going to courses and spending times in operation theatre. I had so much time there, that I miss Egypt badly.
2016 worth my time and money spent on how many years I'd been a medical student, seeing everyone graduating but me still left behind no matter how harder I work than them.
I was almost giving up and frustrated until 2016 came to visit me and I found a treasure there in Egypt, specifically in Mansoura.
If before this, I felt a shame for not being able to graduate as scheduled, now I don't care what people think, what people say. Some people my age might be an MO or successful doctor now, but I found the answer, why I was extended longer in Egypt.
I found a shining pearl in the sandy dessert.
No regret AT ALL!
Or I'm truly grateful for the encounter.
Early 2017, I was busy with exams and then, graduation ceremony, followed by... Flying back to hometown for good.
I left Egypt on 16th February. It was a rainy night... I could still remember the air, the scenery, the sound and everything. My heart ached to leave the country I love.
Wish to return there again, as it's people, not as a tourist.
Right after got back home, I was training myself in dad's clinic. I thought everyday was a busy day.
I was NEET for 8 months and...
My story begun on 20th November.
Orientation week was heaven!
Until I entered Obstetric and Gynae department, the first 2 to 3 weeks, I hardly see the sun.
I woke up at 5 am, going to work before 6 and finish work at 11:30 pm or 12 am straight almost no rest and arrived home at 1 am. Not counting to eat, shower and so on, I slept at almost 2.
I got only 1 day off every week. The whole week is hectic but I enjoy doing what I've been chasing for.
It's like finally but my journey has really really JUST started now.
Physically and mentally, being a houseman is a tough job. I was afraid if I'd hate and lose interest in my job but, thanks to 窓 boys; 4U, UchuSix, TJ, Noda-san, Yukki especially that boost my motivation up and I can work for more than 16 hours per day, for whole week by just seeing their smiles.
I've been seriously following them since my first year in medical school and they've truly been a great support to me up till now and I'm deeply thankful to these boys, so much.
I'm glad I knew them, I'm glad I am their fans.
Just that, it's kind of disappointing I couldn't go to watch Uchu Six's butai SQUARD.
So, TJ, デビューおめでとう🎊
Of course all friends all around the world have been supporting me a lot and I'm so 感謝します。
I love you all.