I don't think loving third year makes you a weirdo. Just like a lot of things, it is all about the viewpoint you go into it with and your personality. It also doesn't mean it isn't hard work. Hard work doesn't seem quite so hard if you enjoy what you're doing. If anything, I'd take that as a very mild indicator that you picked the right path.Relax, it was a figure of speech.
Yes, of course I am optimistic about the future and all that stuff. Secondly, I pretty much LOVE 3rd year (I guess that makes me some sort of weirdo, but watevz). But your whole comment about going on a run on a nice spring day... yeah. That. Now that I've begun to realize what residency is going to be like, can't help but wonder: What else will I miss out on in the coming years?
I think the main dilemma for the time being (and the underlying reason for this thread's existence) is: wow, I have a ton of choices to make between now and one year from now.