...Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Wow. I am still a little shocked. Paul ranked Aurora St. Luke's Hospital pretty high. When he interviewed there in January, he said it was one of the nicest hospitals he had ever been to. He really enjoyed the program director as well. We ranked it high partially because it is a categorical program, meaning that we will be there for 5 years, instead of going somewhere for one year, then moving somewhere else for the last 4 years. He also likes that it is a private hospital.
The match day ceremonies were kind of fun. They drew each student's name out of a jar one at a time to come up and get their letter. Then, if they chose, they could put a couple bucks into a money jar. Whoever was the last student to be called up to get their letter would get all the money in the pot. Paul made it a long time...he was 11 spots away from making some extra cash. Gratefully the girls had a play date with friends so we just brought Niels along with us.