We made it. It actually wasn’t as terrible as I thought it would be. It’s weird spending a whole 24+ hours in a building that is not your home without stepping outside. Now that I think about it patients in hospitals do that all the time. It must be weird for them as well, but this feels like a different think. It was weird to watch the sun rise and set from the inside of a building, know that time is passing, but also not feelings like time is passing. This morning after I left I was a bit disoriented to exactly when I was. Overall though it was a cool experience. Being on the trauma service we saw some interesting stuff, but nothing too crazy, but definitely stuff that I don’t think I would every see over at the private hospital. Also coincidentally, the 3rd year resident I was working with is a Cottage resident.