Monday, September 3, 2012

So I made it a little further in Scrubs, and a lot further in my anatomy notes.
Good news, our anatomy teacher is back in the country, and is in class today! He cleared up a lot of questions about the class, and the upper term students cleared up a lot about what to do for his class. I am no longer quite as worried about anatomy.
This week looks to be full of histology and physiology, so I will have plenty of that to worry about.
On Sundays, one of the school clubs goes out and collects dogs people have volunteered for the students to practice surgery on. Last night, I went over to help feed and let out the dogs for surgery this week. Two adorable puppies, not old enough for surgery, need a foster. Sadly, I cannot keep a dog in the dorm room or I would have one. No word on the rest of them, so I assume they have passed muster and will be operated on this week.

Saturday, September 1, 2012

Procrastination in action

Here we go, first post. In an attempt to fell like I am doing something more valuable than watching Scrubs from start to finish and napping, I decided to start a blog. Hopefully reporting my actions on the internet will make me more likely to study anatomy.
Still no sign of out anatomy teacher. We'll find out on Monday if he has made it to the island yet.
On a different note, there was a parade in town for Kurani James, the Grenadian olympic medal winner. They are very proud of him here, and today is his birthday! So happy birthday Kurani!
Status update: season 1 episode 8 of Scrubs, and page 3 of 20 in the anatomy q&a's we were given. Tomorrow, I hope to have better progress.
On yet another note, I hear my dogs is having issues sleeping. My parents will hear the bed bang against the wall, and hear her bark in her sleep. Last night, she threw the pillow off the bed. She also stares out the window at my car (now my brothers) and gets up when she hears him pull in. Hopefully I will be able to work it out next semester to take her to school with me, but that will depend on some factors not in my control.