Posts tagged music

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Luck Be A Lady by Frank Sinatra.

I have spent the past few days on a short weekend getaway with my wife. We enjoyed some attractions, nightlife, and even tried a bit of our luck. In any case, it was a great way to get away from work to focus on us and live a little.

Make It Real (Vestige Remix) by BABE.

This weekend has been one of those rare occasions when both my wife and I are free. Suffice it to say that we have taken advantage of this opportunity. It is the simple things in life that are special. We have to make them all count.

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Come and Get Your Love by Redbone.

I went to watch Guardians of the Galaxy last night with my wife and had a great time. But as spectacular as the special effects were, what really reeled me in was the music. The fantastic selection, the nostalgia of yesteryear, and the mixtape itself. Oh, who could forget the awesomeness of the mixtape.

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Smile by Aoi Teshima (original by Nat King Cole).

Post-call and post-CTU rotation, I drove home in a different state of mind. It is now the end of my first rotation. So much is changing, and so much has changed. I reflected on the hard situations I have been in, the long nights on call, and the tragedies I was involved in. It has been such an emotionally draining rotation. Let music be my medicine.

We’ve Got Love by Calan Mai.

This weekend is one of those rare occasions where both my wife and I’s schedules have aligned and we get to spend it together. Time to go and enjoy the sun. Cheers everyone.

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In the Summertime by Mungo Jerry.

Last day of freedom. I better get out there and enjoy the summer. Cheers everyone and hope you are all having a wonderful day.

Always Be by Holly Maher.

Enjoy this song of the day that I had used for the first dance at our wedding reception. I hope everyone is enjoying their midweek evening.

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Dog Days Are Over by Florence + the Machine.

Medical school has officially drawn to a close and it is time for me to focus my attention completely on the next big thing: the wedding. The momentum forward continues.

Can’t Hold Us feat. Ray Dalton by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.

This is it: the final push; the last three days before the LMCC exam. Nobody has time to stay sick. It is time to roll.

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Millions of Brazilians by Amores Vigilantes.

In two weeks’ time, I will need to write the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Exam (MCCQE) Part 1. There is still a lot of material to review up until that point. For now though, I think I will go enjoy the sunny weather and listen to some music.