Sunday, March 29, 2009

Six

And the countdown begins. Six weeks left...

Unfortunately, apart from marking the end of my college life, *boohoo* at the end of the fateful six weeks, I also have a lot of exams on the agenda. As if that were not wonderful enough, I have to submit my practical records before that time, and well, I have some two hundred pages of writing to do.

Great way to spend my last days as a medico, I know.

It's going to be pictures, the next few posts, I'm afraid.


There. A blurry picture taken on my phone when the unit bunked a day of ROME posting to go to the beach. I don't have a higher resolution (I wish I did), but, guess which one is me and you win a prize*.

*Conditions apply. There is no prize.

7 comments:

~nm said...

does it make you nervous when you think about the college life coming to an end? :D

And sorry..main buddhi ho gayee hoon..I can't even make a guess in this pea sized pic

--xh-- said...

can any one pass me a industrial strength microscope? thn i might be able to make out the faces... :P
it is unfortunate that we all have to spend the last wonderful dayts of collage life attending exams.. :| we should get at least one moth to adichupolikkifying after all the exams....

hammy said...

You never miss college till you're out of it. Some people THINK they will miss college later on, but even those people have no idea how much they'll miss it.

You won't pine for it day and night, but there'll be times you'd be willing to pledge an arm and a leg to reverse time... well, not exactly. You'd need the arm and leg when you're back in college. But you get the idea.

You're the fifth one in the bunched group. email me and I'll give the address where you can send me the prize... yeah, the one that doesn't exist.

brocasarea said...

sorry cant guess!!;)

when are ur exams?

Suma said...

i think we need microscopic vision!

so last few days of college will be spent studying?

and all the best...":))

Tys on Ice said...

I think you are that thin speck which I thought was a fibre on the lens...

man, post a bigger pic next time!

so, finally , Doc.A.P.

*beaming*

Jeannette said...

No pun intended, but I stumbled upon your post and simply want to thank you for studying medicine and congratulate you for pushing through all you have and wish you the very best in days and years to come.