Over the last couple of years several people recommended that I read To Kill a Mockingbird again. Not having read it since high school I didn't remember much about it except that I thought it was good, not great. Now, after having re-read it, it turns out it's one of my favorite books. I have a tendency to discuss books I'm reading with people (family, friends, co-workers, or anybody I randomly meet) and everyone seems to feel the same way--it's a favorite book. One of my friends at work almost started to cry as she told me about how much she loved reading it. If it has been more than a five years since you last read To Kill a Mockingbird I'd strongly suggest reading it again.
Med student by day, med student by night. Occasional blogger.
Things I don't understand: music or pictures that are new but that are made to sound/look old and dancing.
Things I understand: running and charcoal barbecues.