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No matter what I do, I’m behind at home, and I’m behind at work.” I can count on one hand how many “fights” my husband and I have ever had, and the biggest one we have had may or may not have involved a painfully inconsistent icicle dripping outside our window at 1 a.m., a broken fan, and an inability to sleep by yours truly, who subsequently likes to make other people miserable [enter Christopher], which resulted in my husband declaring that he was going to the store to buy a fan, sleeping in the guest room that night, and that I was crazy.
So if you aren’t already in Rochester, come here for training if you have any left!
But in these disagreements, Christopher taught me from the very beginning of our marriage to always look at problems as against the problem, not to ever think of us against one another. That while most of our friends have slowly climbed the financial ladder over the course of the last 10 years, we have remained a very steady straight line.
It was a lesson well taught and a lesson learned many times over. For example, when I buy a fellow resident wife’s coffee she may say, “You really don’t need to do that.” And I always say back, “Don’t worry about it! We know eventually that will change, but even that’s not what it’s about.
The moments matter because, comprehensively, these are what we will look back and remember as “the residency years.” I hope you, as well as I, will remember them well.
Women are getting better educated than ever, but that still hasn't translated to equality in the workplace.Whether I’m really frustrated about his hours or he feels I have yet again busted the grocery budget, we don’t let it wedge between us; come what may, we are a team. There is nothing quite like the camaraderie of another resident’s spouse. It’s just that no one quite understands the schedule, the frustrations, the sometimes seriously sweet perks like conference trips, and the insane delayed gratification like another resident’s wife.