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... don't worry Mom!). One poor soul ended up with a bad case alcohol poisoning that was made worse by the fact that said individual also fell and had a pretty decent gash on his/her head. With an entire party of medical students the situation should be under control and that the help needed would be provided...or so you would think. Unfortunately, this was not the case. After taking one look at this particular individual my EMT ...
... spent the evening talking. My roommate's friends were super nice and I felt really lucky that they had invited me to join them. The next day I ran a few errands and did some baking during the day and then that evening went over to my friend Anna's to hang out with her and Kati. It was a super relaxing (and much needed) girls' night. We had fruit, cheese and crackers, cookies and wine as we stayed up late into the night talking. Today classes started for real. I had lecture all ...
... it still doesn't quite satisfy the itch. Analyzing a patient case on paper can't provide the same rush as running a call. Lucky for me I was able to scratch the itch earlier today by serving as a patient for an Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) class for a group of doctors. The feeling of being surrounded by people who are learning to do what I more or less already do was so much fun! As the doctors were ...
... regular gym... Decisions, decisions... In other news I finally have somewhere to live that's isn't a couch! I am happily moved in to a room I am renting in an apartment and so far so good. The guy I am renting the room from is a third semester student in the medical program and has been super patient and helpful in answering all my questions, especially when it comes to textbooks. Unlike in the ...
... in the world. So there! After that, we dropped by the ruins of a C12 monastery founded by the Cistercian monks from France. We then drove along the coastline through an eco park, to get to some Iron Age burial sites. The first one was not so well maintained, but the next one had 24 huge stones in the shape of a ship. Originally it was thought to be where pagan judges held their trials, but later archaeological evidence showed it was also a pagan grave area. Tomorrow, off to ...