White Coat Deja Vu

White Coat Deja Vu


It’s wonderful to see her and I’m
so happy she got into JABSOM. a great school and she’s happy she wouldn’t want
to go anywhere else well part of it is dad comes home often I don’t talk too
much about my work because I’m a psychiatrist not very much they both
enjoy our work that’s the bottom line I think we’re both happy that’s what our
kids got out of it. both of them are very interested in in the field which is nice if you think about the white coat
ceremony because I was hearing they didn’t always do that my only comment on
the white coat ceremonies how come they didn’t have one when I went to med
school it was beautiful very touching it’s very touching going
up to it the days prior to it my only concern was
I see my daughter I think that was beautiful it was a very well done
ceremony. well it the anticipation is is so wonderful in itself
your child up there along with all these other wonderful kids and then you
see all the professors that some of the people were your professors, it is a great moment
and then when you go up there and cloak them it’s like it happened so quick and
it’s over and done. However when he came home when we came we went home
that night he had trouble sleeping, deja vu or something. It’s so
unreal, everything was very interesting cuz it’s such a far memory for
me my own White Coat ceremony It’s been that long since you’ve
graduated and your just putting a coat on your own son.
just it was an incredible evening just having our son home fostering that seed of getting him to
practice here it’s a very emotional evening and
it just such a wonderful thing to have our son home

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