The Frontal Bone’s Connected to the Parietal Bone’s Connected to the Occipital Bone…
Posted Sep 15 2010 12:00am
Oh my goodness, I’ve my first Anatomy quiz in 9hours and I am not ready! A migraine hit last night and stopped my study session cold. I’ve got to hurry to bed so I can keep learning in the morning.
Three local prune plums from the farmers’ market,
and a WW Sandwich Thin with 2T Wegman’s chunky pb and Crofter’s strawberry.
I had an advisement meeting at 11 and then I stayed on campus until I got out of lab at 8; yikes! All of my not-in-class time got used up running back and forth to department heads and I’ve still barely broken the tip of the iceberg on my transfer credit issues!
Lunch was eaten via snackage. A single serving of Caramel Cashew trail mix from Target.
The last of the dried apricots.
I got a small coffee (with skim milk) before lab,
and I also got my fall on with a small sample of pumpkin loaf.
We have a new TA which means we have a lot more work – we can’t work in partners any more, we spend more time reviewing procedure – but he seems really excited about Chemistry and I can tell I’m going to learn a lot. We did recrystallizations in Orgo Lab today and there was an issue so I had to do mine twice, which practically put me in tears. It was nice to have the walk home to clear my head.
I grabbed a Yoplait Light Thick and Creamy Cinnamon Bun yogurt as soon as I walked in the door.
And dinner was Three Cheese Stuffed Rigatoni from Lean Cuisine.
The husband was my knight in shining armor helping me review Anatomy (for the first time!) for a couple of hours this evening. While we worked I ate a mini Java Chip Frap. Starbucks ice cream.
And now I’ve got to take the world’s quickest shower and get into bed. I am so excited to be able to go to the gym after my quiz tomorrow!
If you took Anatomy in school, did you find it interesting or boring? I think osteopathy is fascinating; I’d love to work as a forensic anthropologist!