A: Congratulations sayang! After this I call you Dr Biby okay?
B: Nuu I want to be Dr Girl.
A: You mean Dr Girl-Dont-Care?
Such a caring nick for a doctor!
(and if it was up to Adam, he'd have it spelled Gurl with a 'u')
Okay la okay la, not the most romantic conversation ever, but that's not the point.
I'm a friggin' doctor!
I know right??!!?? Alhamdulillah, Allahu Akbar!!
Hehe fine la I'm a year behind most of my friends (since I took gap year in between IB and uni), but allow me to be uber-excited about this. I mean, trust me, I'm a doctor!
Can finally say that HAHAHA. *rolls eyes at future patients*
So yeah, I passed my Final Professional exam, Alhamdulillah.
And I owe this to a lot of people. A. WHOLE. LOT.
I mean, I could write a whole paragraph of "Ucapan terima kasih ditujukan kepada.." but I'll keep it short for now.
While a lot of people post their self-congratulatory and deep appreciation messages on FB, I feel like I owe this place more. You guys have been there throughout these past five years.
Thank you people. Thanks for the kind prayers, kind words, kind everything la. In fact sometimes when I'm feeling so down like I don't wanna do this anymore then a random comment popped in and I'm like, wow, someone's still reading this, cool or what?
Like some kind of occult motivation that you guys don't even know it, but it's there.
I've been wanting to write (and ramble, and whine, and rant!!) about my whole medical school journey, including why I don't usually write about my medical school life (haha, ironic), but that can wait.
I just want to take this moment in, to THANK EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU, for just being there. Sometimes when I ask you guys to make duas, I really don't know if anyone actually would. But I believe, as Muslims, we should all make prayers asking for the best of everyone, and I know you guys are super awesome too! We'd never know whose duas are being granted.
So THANK YOU.
And yes, let's not stop praying, making duas, that He keeps granting the best to everyone, inshaAllah.
Dr Girl (who actually cares)