Well the day has finally come and I’ve found myself back in this fabulous city of Toronto. I couldn’t be happier.
The last four years in Kingston were amazing and explorative to say the least. I met a lot of lovely people, made great friends, and made it through medical school. A lot can happen in 4 years and it certainly has. Ups and downs and turn arounds were survived alongside a growing group of family and friends. Things have been busy and reflecting on life has been a luxury at times. That said, I think I’ve learned a lot about myself in the last while and am so thankful for the many mentors who have guided me through various personal and career paths as of late. I am now a family medicine resident in Toronto and am happy to be doing what I love. I’m also happy to say it’s time to start singing again. The city has always had a way with me and nothing has changed. I’m writing new songs and feeling inspired. If you’re in Toronto on September 21st I’d love to see you for my return to the stage. All details can be found HERE. Regardless, I hope our paths cross soon.
After a busy summer and even busier fall I’m so excited to say that I’ve got a couple new gigs booked. One is fundraiser for a group of doctors, nurses, and medical helpers that have been visiting countries less fortunate than ours for years. I’ll be the special guest. It’ll be a short set among a group of talented folk so be sure to join us. Details here: BrigadeAid
The other gig is a Movember special and I’m excited to be joining Jamie Flegg as we entertain those hairy ticklers. Details below and on Facebook. Bring a friend.