This past week (the 2nd week), we had week of prayer which means one less class each day. So, that meant 3 classes on Mon, Wed, and Fri and only 2! on Tues and Thurs because of our religion class (total lectures: 13! usually we have 17). Continue reading
We’re back! And, it’s a new year-2013. Continue reading
One test day down. Three more to go. Then, we will be officially done with 1/8 of our med school journey. Continue reading
First of all, we’d like to extend a warm-felt apology to all our dedicated followers. All two of you (hi mom and dad).
Anyways, so here’s what’s happened and what’s going to happen. Continue reading
This week was Joey’s birthday! He is now two human years old. Having a dog in med school is so much fun and great for our sanity. Janna gets to go home during the week to a little doggy that is so excited to see her he can’t hold his pee. Joey lets his shower of affection flow for Anthony during weekday visits and when Anthony take Joey home over the weekend. Continue reading
…and so we’ve completed another med school test cycle. And so we’ve experienced a full serving and a half of fun, rainbows, and butterflies.
And by fun, rainbows, and butterflies, we mean stress, studying, and sadness. Continue reading
Shows like Vampire Diaries or the Walking Dead make the dead seem so thrilling and intriguing. Med school bring about an entirely different perspective. We spend at least two hours a week in the anatomy lab and many hours studying for the lectures. Continue reading
3, 2, 1!!! Sundown! Oh how we love Sabbaths. 24 precious hours to rest, recover, and rejuvenate.
We only have one week left before our second set of tests. So, one more week of information on top of the huge pile we have already. These past few weeks have been particularly biochem heavy. Continue reading
This week we enjoyed a mini-vacation of sorts. No, sadly it wasn’t a 3-day weekend (apparently Columbus Day isn’t quite monumental enough). However, we were able to enjoy a “week of prayer,” well at least that what we used to call it in high school and undergrad. Continue reading
In addition to the college classes we listed in our last post, there is one more area you may consider studying up on–accents. Med school professors come from all around the world. So far we have had lectures in the following accents: Texan, British, Aussie, Peruvian, and Chinese. Continue reading