Bleary Eyed

~Bleary Eyed

Thursday, January 29, 2004
*sigh* procrastination is a the pothole of the road to my MD. :( I've been trying to do something productive in the last...oh....5 hrs...but alas I have failed yet again. It's 5:37pm and I have an anatomy lab session from 6-8 *cringe*. I opened my computer (mistake #1) and checked my email (#2). Now i have 20 more minutes of potential productivity and here I am at the blog.

On that note, ever notice that when we write in these blogs we use the words: ramblings and random way too much? Let's alliterate properly, shall we? THese are the random ramblings of a rambunctious, yet restrained, wantonly wishlful woman.

:) don't mind me I'm just random and a bit sleepy, and for those of you who know me, that usually= odder than normal hehe...odder than normal...i like that. :)

oh yes I've also noticed that there are way too many smileys! especially in my writing, BUT don't you just love them? they're so .... expressive :P

ok it's acid-base homeostasis for me, then off to see the Viscera.

best of luck to all of you with similar potholes.

Wednesday, January 28, 2004
I love my house :)
It's full of funny people....
here's a typical day at the Steiner House-International Coop

Message to the melancholic blind man of the third floor,

your lack of sight appears to be caused by an imbalance of humors
towards phlegm and melancholy. I would suggest a pigeon for
supper because of it's quality of heat and its balanced
moisture/dryness ratio. Add a dash of lemon to the mix as
additional aid against melancholy

the unbalanced one on first


Reply to the kitty-hugger on the first floor:

Your lack of balance appears to stem from an underdeveloped
understanding of melancholy. I would suggest you go out and
shoot the said pigeon, look into its dead eyes, bury it with
elaborate gothic ceremony in a shady valley by the bottomless
lake, and eat a whole lemon instead. Three bites maximum,
no peeling.



Wednesday, January 21, 2004
ok...long time no see :) sorry about the prolonged absence from my dear old blog. Life has been flying by at a ridiculous rate, but you guys know me, lol, I thrive on insanely busy schedules and minute amounts of shut-eye. I've started a couple campaigns and projects on Health, Human Rights, AIDS, and International Medicine and am busy chugging away at renal clearance values and kidney fxn on the side :) Life is GOOD.

So, how have you all been? I have heard a lot from some of you, but not at all from others of you (hint, hint). Please let me know how y'all are.

well, time's up gotta finishing this chapter then grab a bottle of red wine to celebrate the coming of the year of the monkey!

Books: Fiction

Anil's Ghost
Michael Ondaatje

The Alchemist
By Paulo Coelho

Books: Non-Fiction

Oasis of Dreams
By Grace Feuerverger

Betrayal of Trust
By Laurie Garrett

Pathologies of Power
By Paul Farmer

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