I woke up tired, adjusting to having slept in a new environment and not having slept much. Some work days the time zooms by, not yesterday; it felt like it lasted twice as long as usual. I was still thankful for the range of cases I got to report, as I’ve been learning a lot this rotation. I got home late again, having stayed back an hour and half to review cases from the weekend. We had dinner with Pauline and Kevin, having hardly seen either all year. All-You-Can-Eat-Sushi is dangerous because we order hungry, then end up stuffed and food keeps coming. Dan spent the day cleaning the old apartment, so I’ve not had to stress at all about the move.