A little bit about the blog: My name is Bridget and my husband, J, is a resident physician. I started this blog because I anticipate I will have many a night/weekend to myself to document my projects, thoughts, and life updates throughout residency (and because being married to a resident is NOT like that Bravo TV Show “Married to Medicine”).

A little bit about me: I grew up in a little beach town outside of Boston, went to college in Boston, moved to New Orleans, moved back to Boston, moved back to New Orleans, and just landed in Philadelphia! I’m a pediatric nurse, dancer, creative person, and lover of foods.

A little bit about us: J and I met (technically) in 3rd grade. We didn’t start dating until the very end of senior year of high school, so I don’t know if we qualify for high school sweetheart status. We have been through a long distance time in our relationship (twice! not fun!), survived medical school far away from home in New Orleans, and now, the newly minted Dr.J and I are embarking on the next chapter of our lives in Philadelphia!

J and I at his graduation!

J and I at his graduation!





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  1. Hi:
    I’m looking at the MIT sailing house as a possible wedding venue and wondered if you had any tips or suggestions. I live in Brighton and work in Kendall (for MIT). I was looking up pictures online and came across your tent set-up up the patio area, which is exactly what I was thinking. Looks like it was a beautiful day.

    • Hi Dianna!
      If you go to sailing.mit.edu and click on Pavilion>Reserve The Pavilion you should be able to fill out a reservation inquiry. The Sailing Pavilion was such a lovely place for a summer wedding, and we even went sailing during the reception! Just so you know, because it is a collegiate sporting venue, alcohol is not permitted on site (we had to jump through some major hoops with MIT to get a champagne toast approved). Other Charles River venues you might want to check out: Community Boating, The Museum of Science, and Riverside Boat Club. Hope that helps! -Bridget

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