Adulthood

Adulthood

College is almost over. I have been around the medical fields I can choose and, in the end, emergency work is the only thing that agrees with me. Being an ER doctor is sometimes quiet, sometimes hectic, but always full of surprises. And it leaves me time to do something else, which is perfect.

Creatively speaking, I have lost interest in roleplaying games. I still want to fill my notebooks, but I’m not sure what with.

College is over. I concentrate on my career and establish an Emergency Department. I learn to make choices, to go for the bare essentials, to forget about the unnecessary and to leave the phone off the hook. Life has no meaning: we need to give it some.

Writing, guerrilla-like, chooses this moment to ambush me.

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