Day 48: Mother Nature must resent us

Today’s inane image of the day:

[Last Night] After a tasty dinner at Little Tree [Royal Oak], S and I headed to Astoria for dessert! 

This week has been absolutely miserable — it isn’t that we were bombarded with more information than usual, or that I was stressed about performance on an assessment [that’s always the case…], but Mother Nature really decided to give us a week of the most downcast weather imaginable. I don’t think I’ve seen the sun once this week. Not to mention, once a couple of droplets of rain falls, everyone suddenly drives like they’ve never experienced precipitation before.

I am really crossing my fingers for weather.com to be correct about this week’s weather…

Notice how there are those little yellow dots with pokey things coming off of them? Yes, SUNLIGHT… something I haven’t experienced in way too long!
…maybe I should get my vitamin D levels checked out.
Although I usually conjure up what I’m going to write in an entry throughout the day [or I revert back to a list of things I’d like to write entries about], today feels like one of those lax days [hence, this entry isn’t really about anything…].
Today’s medical school fact of the day: Helicobacter pylori produces urease, which creates an alkaline environment in the stomach. – Dr. Harriott’s lecture slides [She is absolutely wonderful!]

7 thoughts on “Day 48: Mother Nature must resent us

  • October 1, 2011 at 4:07 pm
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    I need to upload more images. It only has about a dozen images it cycles through right now. Heh, I should just have my research lackeys download cute animals for a couple of hours when they’re waiting for me to give them more stuff to do. 🙂

  • October 1, 2011 at 4:08 pm
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    @Kyle: Yes plz! That would be fabulous use of their time since they would be providing encouragement to future scientists and doctors in training!

  • October 1, 2011 at 5:05 pm
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    Your weather report seriously just made my life.
    YAYY SUN!!!!!

  • October 2, 2011 at 12:03 am
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    Cool story bro 😛

    Great post though!

    -CodeBlu

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