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After four long years Stephanie and I concluded a chapter in our lives that we begin together shortly after we started dating.  Saturday, May 16 we officially became doctors and received our M.D.  It was somewhat of a surreal moment that still hasn't quite set in.  We had the opportunity to see friends that we hadn't seen in two years and the realization of saying goodbye to friends we may never see again.  Thanks to all of our wonderful classmates and the memories that we shared.

 

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It was a very bittersweet moment leaving Lubbock for the last time. I have lived there the past eight years, four of which with my lovely wife, and have accumulated numerous fond memories. Yet, we are excited about moving to Memphis and the future it holds. We made the rounds in Lubbock seeing and doing all of our lasts. Our last time in the Health Science Center, our last time to eat at Stella's, our last time to drink Sugar Brown's coffee, and our last time to eat at Cafe J (the place of our first date and engagement)... at least for now.

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While in Gorman and dodging the swine flu, Stephanie had a little photo shoot with our new niece Hannah Jade. At 7 weeks she was already very photogenic with her spiky red hair like a punk rocker. She's a cutie!

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Posted By Mark

The Glovers are currently homeless nomads. We moved all of our stuff into storage and are touring Texas seeing family and friends one last time before we become permanent tenants of Tennessee. Our first stop was in Gorman where I undertook a carpentry project, building a fort/swing set in my parents' backyard for our nieces and nephew.  Although I really built it for them, I did make sure at least one of the swings was adult capacity :)

 

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