5. Fissure Between Us

Anatomy jargon can have a romantic twist. If you are breaking up with someone who also studies anatomy, you can just say, “John, I feel like the sulci between us have turned into fissures.”

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When I just started this series, I didn’t know much about anatomy. I am shocked by how much I have learned in the past month. Anatomy is so cool! 🤩

Being able to integrate my studies with my hobby has made me more enthusiastic and diligent with class work and course material. As a student, having interest in the course material propels you to search for information beyond the course curriculum. I find that having that extra something something solidates my learning and adds to my overall understanding.

Also I realized that my goal of 50 drawings is a little too ambitious. I just started 2 part-time jobs, and I still have a full course load and extracurricular activities…Hopefully things pick up during winter break! Fingers crossed.

4. A moment on the lips, forever on the…

Happy Thanksgiving!

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I went to Toronto this weekend and fulfilled my to-do list. It mainly entailed chinese food (the authentic kind 😎), steamed buns, asian grocery stores, and lots of retail therapy. My heart is full (and my stomach). I am ready to tackle the rest of the semester.

Eat lots of good food and don’t let sayings like “A moment on the lips, forever on the hips” deter you.

…That’s a Friends reference if you didn’t get it. 🤩