Wow, I can't beleive I'm halfway to 100 already!
Anyway, Today in Med. Term, we learned about the major arteries and such in the body. I already knew where the Femoral Artery was. Various television shows have been jumping on the "severed the femoral artery" train lately. I also learned about how the heart works. I heard something, though that my anatomy and physiology teacher would've called Hogwash. Whenever people call action potentials "electricity", he always says it's hogwash. And then he goes on to tell some story about back when he was in 'Nam. It's pretty fun in A&P. Not as much fun in Med. Term, but still, we learn alot more I think.
My second Med. Term. test came back today, and I got 93%!! It was exciting.
Anyway, you know that part in Harry Potter (I've gone and forgotten which movie it was in) where Hermione is explaining to Ron and Harry how many things Harry's Girlfriend must be feeling and then Ron says "One person can't feel all that, they'd explode!". I love that part.
I Sometimes feel like that. I feel all sorts of things at the same time, and I remember what Ron says, and I'm afriad I'll explode or something. I'm worried and sad and happy and excited and tired and bored and exstatic all at the same time.
I think that part of the problem is that I'm happy all the time. Even when I'm sad, Happy is always there. Everything is always funny too. So even when I'm crying about something on tv, I can laugh at myself for worrying about a tv show so much. I think if Happy and Hilarious weren't always there, I wouldn't be as overwhelmed. But then I don't think life would be half as much fun without them as my constant companions.
Also. . . Valentine's Day is coming. I like Valentine's Day. I think it's a nice day. Afterwards, there's always candy really cheap at the store. Also, it kind of puts me in the mood for Chick Flicks. I love chick flicks. When I've been watching chick flicks for awhile, I usually get all emotional, and end up crying even at the toughest awesomest movies. Last year, I watched so many lovey dovey movies, I even cried at Con Air. There's that part at the end where he is reunited with his wife and daughter. I totally just bawled my eyes out.
Random Note: My hip hurts. When I lift up my right leg to put it up on the table (how rude! That's not very polite at all! Don't try it at home unless you want to get in trouble!) There's this sharp, agonizing pain in that muscle in the front part of my leg. Also, I feel horrible, because I'm sure I learned that in Med. Term. the other day, and I've already forgotten.