Stranger in my Home Town

Published: May 2nd 2018
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I grew up in Charleston SC. Our family moved here in 1953, moved away for tw years, then returned in 1955 and remained here from then on. It is where I attended primary and secondary schools, lived when school was not in session during my college years, and lived during medical school. Then, in 1976, I graduated from medical school and headed to San Diego for internship. Other than 2 years back here as a medical oncologist, I have lived away during my entire professional career, principally in Bethesda MD area and in Oklahoma City. In September 2016 my wife and I rented a small house in Mt. Pleasant, and now have bought a house on James Island.

Coming back to Charleston has caused me to see things differently. I am trying to re-explore some of the old things I loved about the city, but with different eyes, and I thought I would document my observations from time to time in blog posts that I shall collectively entitle Stranger in my Home Town

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WIth grandson Amos in April 2018

Passing the torch to granddaughter 2017

3rd May 2018

Good for you
Maybe carthetic. I grew up in a small town in north Alabama. Don’t know if I could go back there.
3rd May 2018

Looking forward
So looking forward to your comments about being back in the Charleston area! Sounds like you are moved in and things are good! Tell everyone hello!

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