I seem to have developed some bizarre form of “agnosia” today, and am EXTREMELY “dyspeptic.” Yes, more school jokes, but med geeky PA could have easily tossed those ones in, despite the acute onset of her Sx. Also, as far as being “dyspeptic,” I can be pretty bad with my gastro issues, regardless! So, maybe not so “acute.” Still! *shakes head*
Seriously, though. My brain is dead! If you could actually do a FULL “craniectomy,” you’d see a picture of me right now. I was drinking my tea non-stop the entire time through class, but zip, zero, zilch…
I feel like a walking case of:
Okay, I made that one up. However, if you had it, I can guarantee you’d be REALLY sick! If you want to know what it “means,” just let me know.
We have our Neuro Chapter exam tomorrow and were reviewing everything today. People, this is the NEURO CHAPTER!!! Hello??? I’m NUTS!!! I knew most of it already, plus some of the other stuff re: eyes, ears. Nonetheless, I was drawing blanks all over. Heh. Speaking of “drawing blanks all over,” this is kind of amusing.
We were doing a rapid fire of terms, and then having to write them on a whiteboard. Oh, my Dysgraphia! Even if I got one or two flashes of insight for a term, I couldn’t write it to save my life! I even started laughing, and wrote “Dysgraphia” in big letters, but couldn’t “spell” it properly, either! *rolls eyes*
I’m home now. I’ve just taken some Gravol/Dimenhydrinate, and will hopefully(?) be able to get all floppy (and less nauseous), for a bit. Then, I’ll take on more work when I come to–that is if I don’t feel “hemiplegic,” or anything.