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post #1 of 11
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Today was a good day… Thought I let you all know that Mrs. Euclide and I finally found time to get hitched. That’s right my friends, I’m a married man! We finally tight the knot! We have been trying to do this for some time but I have to say that the life of a medical resident/student is not an easy one.

This was only a legal ceremony which I must say it’s the most informal thing I’ve ever had the pleasure of witnessing. I could have very well worn my ski boots and put on the skis while at it because nobody at the court could have cared less as long as it was short and sweet ( and I don’t mean, the skis)

The real wedding will be taking place in the summer of 2005 when at least one of us will have more time to plan the event out to the last detail. I look forward to it.

It was a splendid day today; high in the 60’s, sunny without a trace of clouds. While I like big, white fluffy snow clouds, I must say, I was pretty happy to start my journey on a day like this. I’m not superstitious but I though it was nice…
post #2 of 11
Congratulations!
post #3 of 11
Very nice! Congratulations and I hope you live long and happily together.
post #4 of 11
Congratulations! I can see the sun setting right now on what was indeed, a beautiful day in New York City. Continued luck, perseverance and happiness to you both ---
post #5 of 11
Way to go! I'm sure you'll make a great husband!
post #6 of 11
Thread Starter 
Thank you guys for all your warm wishes! They really mean a lot to me... Thank you!
post #7 of 11
Best wishes to you both. Have a long, happy fun filled life together!
post #8 of 11
Congratulations!!

Where and in what specialty are you a resident? I went to med school in NY (Mt Sinai) and did my internship at Einstein. I also got married during my internship- it was very stressful, but we survived (and are still married!). At least there are no more 110 hour work weeks. The most important thing is to remember to make a little time each day, no matter how long, for your family.
post #9 of 11
Congrats to the Mr and Mrs Euclide!!! So one JP marriage, a "formal" coming up later...then you can renew your vows on top of a mountain ON YOUR SKI's in a few years!

Heres a toast to you and your bride!!!! (Apache Wedding Blessing)
Now you will feel no rain,
For each of you will be shelter
to the other.
Now you will feel no cold,
For each of you will be warmth
to the other.
Now there is no more loneliness,
For each of you will be companion
to the other.
Now you are two bodies,
But there is only one life before you.
Go now to your dwelling place
To enter into the days of your
togetherness.
And may your days be
good and long upon the earth.

post #10 of 11
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DP, I’m in med school right now (my first year) and it’s really stressful. Got a late start on this; I worked as a Registered Nurse for a few years while finishing my pre-med courses. She, on the other hand, is finishing her 3rd year of residency in Internal Medicine at a rather smaller hospital in NYC and then, hopefully, a Fellowship in Endocrine Medicine. We applied everywhere on the map especially in places close to BIG mountains We’ll see if we get any callbacks.

Rdy2ski, thanks for the song. Very nice!

As for renewing our vows on “the top” of the mountain “on skis”…. Well, that would be nice but she’s really new at this and I really don’t see her anytime soon “on the top of the ANY mountain” but I’m hoping that we at least graduate to intermediate runs The last time we went skiing she did make it through the bunny circle. It was nice…
post #11 of 11
Congrats!!!!!!!!!
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