Friday, 20 July 2007

Life is gooooood.

1) missbliss is back from Devon so I'm not bored and lonely anymore
2) Research project finished and handed in
3) 5 minute presentation is prepared for Wednesday
4) Saw Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix yesterday and it was AMAZING!
5) Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is out TOMORROW! And I'm SO excited about it!
6) We're leaving on our elective/holiday a week on Monday (I'm starting to think that I really should know some medicine first)
7) Everything is falling into place for said elective
8) I've addressed the problems I had with my recent OSCE results (see The Real Little Medic) (if you don't have an invite, drop me an email and I'll see if you're allowed)
9) I passed my recent exams well and have no more until finals!

So yeah, all is good at the moment. Bring on the end of term on Thursday and final preparations for our elective. Oh, and moving house in between. Busy, but exciting times.

To all those who read it, enjoy Harry Potter. I know I will

p.s. For those of you that were worried about missing me and missbliss (I know there will be at least 1 of you) for the 2 and a half months that we're away, I've worked out how to post here via email so we might be able to keep you updated, although goodness knows how regularly!


Future Doc said...

Also posted private but wanted to say here I will miss you and I can't wait till Harry Potter!!!!

Have a great time on your elective.

Anonymous said...

okay so I've never read or seen harry potter so I don't know what it's about, but I did read something funny today:

BBC website:

"Rowling has made more than £540 from writing"

i swear i made more than that working part time in Starbucks...

I hope they don't correct it! I was laughing anyways!

Elaine said...

ditto about posting private. Please keep in touch - will miss you, and your elective sounds so fascinating and challenging

Cal said...

I wish I knew that you were a Potter fan too before!

And I was just going through your archives and only just realised you had a private blog.

Well, I suppose everyone needs a 'time-out' place.