Weddings, exams, and miniaturizing oneself.
So, this week if finally done. It has been so much fun and yet so exhausting. My older sister got married this past weekend and so I was able to be home. In the bridal party, it was just me and my two little sisters. It was so much fun to celebrate Becca’s day with her and rejoice in her marriage to Ben. She was a truly stunning bride. GORGEOUS!
Though the day was a huge celebration, there were two exams looming over my head. I had a psychology and Anatomy&Physiology exam today. The past several weeks have been frantically working ahead (to avoid homework over the weekend of the wedding) and studying for these tests. I have heard horror stories about the Anatomy exams. So, the library and study lounge (in Shupe) became my best friends over the past week and I studied hard. Well, the exams are over! Hooray! It seemed like they went fairly well. I prayed for a long time about them and the Lord just gave me a wonderful peace and I was able to think clearly during the tests. Now that they are done: the weekend is here! I am so looking forward to life being a bit calmer and being with friends.
Fun story… My Anatomy Professor, Dr. Galat, is probably my favorite prof. His sense of humor is hilarious and I usually leave class laughing hysterically. I love it when he says the word “Whereby.” Though not a humourous word in and of itself, when he uses it in his sentences, it just makes me smile. Also, his favorite analogy when talking about any organ is to “Miniaturize yourself and walk around in there” (this is reference to anything: Stomach, brain: you name it!). The other day he even told us we should “jump around in there.” Oh, Dr. Galat, thank you for making the class so enjoyable. I always look forward to A&P (even though it is so hard!).
Off to relax and go shopping. YAY for the weekend!!!