I guess this is the official "Start of March" post... I'm so bad at updating.
SAVMA Symposium starts for me in just a couple of hours, I'm heading over to the Hilton to pick up my registration stuff and go to the "Taste of Minnesota" event tonight. I'm excited to see some of my friends from other schools, I'll admit.
I do have to admit that I'm a little cranky about how spring break is going so far. Isn't it supposed to be a week of fun and relaxation and catching up on life? How come I've found myself at the library three days out of five so far, and have spend much of the other two studying? It just doesn't seem fair. Not only do we have two midterms (Monday, Tuesday) and a final (Tuesday) when we get back, but Friday-Saturday disappear to the black hole that is Symposium.
In other news, the D-letters came out 2 weeks ago. I'm very lucky in that I didn't get any. This semester seems to be the worst yet for people, in the past semesters I've only had a vague knowledge that they existed, rather than being able to pinpoint the exact day they were distributed.
Reproductive Biology ended. The final was really hard, but I managed to keep a good grade in the class. Thank god for all that studying, I guess. The first surgery exam was really hard, and one of our profs asked questions that somehow seemed a little ridiculous (when was ether first used, for example).
I'm just about as burnt out as I thought possible, coupled with a non-break. So I guess that's all there is to say...