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Tuesday, January 20, 2009

So, we are supposed to find out tomorrow if Slappy matched for his 2011 Pediatric Neurology residency, a match that is much more selective than the basic match that happens in March. MUCH more selective.

Which is why it was really surprising tonight that he got an email informing him that he matched.

He did it.

We don't know where yet. That is a MINOR detail we'll find out tomorrow.


And now, blog and real friends, it's time to commence the proud comments for Slappy. He has earned them.

14 comments:

Melissa said...

Whee!!! One more thing to celebrate at Daisy's on Saturday. Big congrats

Monkling said...

You go, Slappy!!

When my mom was in NYU for 4 months & multiple brain surgeries, the absolute nicest doctor in the place was a pediatric neurologist. (Odd as it may sound, he did a procedure on my mom.)

Daisy Duke said...

WOOOO. Big Congrats!

Flea said...

WOOHOO! Congratulations Dr. Slappy! WAY TO GO!!!!

Gabi said...

Wow!! Neuro is difficult enough buit peds??? WOW!! That is awesome!! You know what they say...only as good as the woman behing him..he he..had to add that! Congrats Slappy!!

stacey said...

Congrats!! That is fantastic news!

Kay said...

Congrats!

Ness said...

Congratulations Slappy!

Given what I'm going through with my daughter, good pediatric neurologists are what we need in this country and according to your wife, you're awesome!

Anonymous said...

Congrats Slappy! My money is on a match at the interview where you wore the new hotel suit!

Anna in IL

Lanny said...

Way to go Slappy! We totally heart pediatric neurologists in my house.

Anne T. said...

Good work on the interviewing. And, speaking of interviewing, how did your interview in California go, Katie?

LilSass said...

Yaaayy!!! That's so exciting!! Congrats Slappy

katy said...

WOW! Congratulations Dr. Slappy.

Cathy in MI said...

I am catching up so my congrats are late - but still BIG CONGRATS to Slappy for matching - it has to be one of the toughest most nerve wracking stressful things to do!

Good Job... Way To Go!!!!!!!