medical school buzzword lexicon
1. sequester- before medical school, i only heard this word in the context of hiding Jews during the war and hiding guns. now, i’ve learned that it can also be used for calcium. 2. high yield- this is the obnoxiously high-brow, medical way of saying “it’s on the test.” 3. gold standard- not a way to classify gold. 4. gunner- the opposite of a sucker. 5....
VISION HAS IMPROVED, THE BRAIN HAS ENLARGED
photos from a recent trip to the american museum of natural history, by far my favorite ive ever visited. range of motion. madagascar spider silk tapestry. camel nose piercing. silk worms on the silk road. natives exhibit. bears and babies. i really dont understand why this was allowed to hang up. view from the new room. (i moved and its awesome!) nick’s...
I found them. Or, rather, they came back to me. →
for your viewin’ pleasure, the once-lost pictures from a rooftop anatomy study session last semester, among other good memories from the past few months.
from H&M to H&E
oh the joy of it all. surprise snow. in flushing with the geeks. you see, my cool new shoes get to sleep on the bed, while the old beat up mizunos are now demoted to the floor. sad, but it had to happen. conflicting emotions at Housing Jerks. an old suitcase at the goodwill, with its last original flight tag intact.
good day: found the missing package with rolls of developed film! approved for moving to new apt! bad day: popped two buttons off a pair of dress pants with my voluptuous butt. also, before i popped those buttons off, i wasn’t able to fit into a never-worn skirt i bought this summer. bummer! (no pun intended.)