Ahhh! We’re back, and it’s good to be back!
I’ve noticed that many of the people in and around my quarter are pleasantly relaxed and happy. Could it be that most are now Pre-Clinic, Student-Clinic and Clinic of the many that began when I did? I kinda think so. There seems to be a relief of having survived many of the previous courses and optimism toward the future.
There are again new faces in the crowd. I love to see the excitement and pure joy in their eyes as they contemplate their futures in chiropractic.
“What is subluxation?” I’ve heard.
“When do I get my intern and when can I get checked?”
“What is the philosophy all about?”
And as always… “What brought you to chiropractic and Sherman?”
The stories are varied and unique and in my opinion very important. It’s important to know why you’ve come because, at Sherman, many of us are on a personal mission – bringing chiropractic to the world! The personal vision is always inspiring.
The “Upper Quarters” are always happy to encourage the new students, and we all look forward to BagelFest. If you don’t know what BagelFest is, it’s the Sherman way of initiating new students. Completely harmless, it involves bagels, cream cheese, doughnuts, coffee and fruit, loud singing, costumes and lots of boo-ing, all in good fun. :)
The summer glow will continue for a while probably at least until midterms. That’s a good long while in my opinion. We’re gonna enjoy the slower pace of the beginning of the quarter, new and old friends, the sun and the joy of sharing chiropractic.