When dr. When Gregory Kyle Fulton moved to New Orleans in early June 2013, he had “a new job, a new city, a new role in life”, he said – a clean slate. Soon, he also had a new partner in Adam Jacob Aversoll.
At that time, Drs. Both Fulton and Mr. Eversole were new to Louisiana. Dr. Kyle goes by. Fulton arrived in New Orleans to begin a three-year residency in pediatrics at the Children’s Hospital of New Orleans. Mr. Eversole moved there six months ago to pursue a job with James Harman & Associates, a political consulting and communications firm. Neither of them planned to settle in New Orleans.
“I figured I could go there, spend a few years and come back,” Mr. Eversole said.
Dr. Fulton was still not opening the moving box when he set a date with Mr. Aversoll, whom he had connected with a mutual friend. They arranged to meet in a pub trivia night. That activity quickly highlighted their compatibility with each other: not only did their personality click, but they also formed a natural common sense team.
“I remember he was good at history,” Dr. Fulton said. “And I remember that there were some Disney and Harry Potter trivia that I was good at.”
He also remembers that he had found someone whom he had “been 100 percent by himself.”
When Mr. Eversole called Drs. When he saw Fulton’s house, he was shocked by the fact that there were already pictures on the walls. Mr. Eversole had lived in New Orleans for about seven months; Dr. Fulton had been there for less than a week, but had an apartment that looked like it somehow.
“I was down in my Ford Focus with my computer and my clothes on,” Mr. Eversole said. “They had couch and dining room furniture and a pancakes truck full of plates and all that stuff.”
“I remember thinking, ‘Wow, he’s very serious about life,” Mr. Eversole said.
Mr. Eversole a few months later, Drs. Moved in with Fulton. He discovered New Orleans. they cooked. They met each other’s friends.
Dr. Fulton praised Mr. Eversole for his social mastery. He saw Mr. Aversoll connecting friends from different parts of his life, causing groups of people to separate. Dr. Mr. Eversole grew to appreciate Fulton’s generosity. “He would talk to someone whose child has the flu at night,” Mr. Eversole said.
Until Dr. By the time Fulton’s residence was over, he and Mr. Eversole had built a life together. He chose to live in New Orleans.
33 year old Dr. Fulton is the medical director at the Craniofacial Center for Children’s New Orleans Hospital and an assistant professor of pediatrics at the Health Sciences Centers at Louisiana State University. Mr. Eversole, 32, is scheduled to be director of development and major gifts at that hospital later this month. They married on February 12 at their home in New Orleans. A universal life minister, Ranna Zahra McSwine, was humiliated in front of the couple’s six friends (as well as their other dogs).
If you had told Mr. Eversole that he would have been standing in his New Orleans home in his six months’ time in Louisiana, it would have been very hard to believe. He just did not love the city, and much was anticipated about his decision to relocate him in his early months.
“I wasn’t happy in New Orleans,” he said, “until I met Kyle.”