I am almost at the end of my first year of my masters program! Well, I say almost, but in reality, it’s the second week of the third term that ends the first week of June. Then I have the MCAT the third week of June. So, you know, everything is relative.
I have neuroscience and physiology this term, which are both harder and easier than my anatomy and embryology and micro anatomy courses last term. But it also means that I feel decent enough to start reading again. It’s been a struggle, but I can’t wait to start losing myself in text again. In the meantime, I’ll be catching up on posting the reviews I have written since last August (not too many, but a handful) and we’ll get this show on the road!
I do have a neuroscience exam on Monday, so I bid adieu as I go and study before classes tonight.
As the first year of my masters program looms in the near future, I just want to reassure you all that I will still be reading and reviewing. Normally I read about one hundred books per year, but the past two years have been, shall we say, unexpected in the way that life loves to be. That being said, I do think that reviews will happen.
In other news, my phone became possessed by what I am calling the ‘Q’ ghost. Not only was it not working properly, any chance the phone got to type the letter ‘Q’ over and over it would take. So instead of saving for a MacBook Pro for medical school, I was forced to get a new phone if I wanted to stay in touch with all my professional contacts and people that want to reach my mom (since she isn’t super reliable with having her cell phone with her).
Long story short, the ‘Q’ ghost has decided that a new phone was more important. What the ‘Q’ ghost did not take into account was that some of us (read: most everyone I know) are not independently wealthy patrons. Some of our parents are amazing school teachers that work with severely autistic children. But I do really love my new phone, so I guess I can’t be too bitter.
Thank you all for being supportive and loving towards myself and this blog! Even if it isn’t much of a blog and more of a compilation of reviews.