So I’m currently trying to balance med school with our school’s spring play (Metropolis M2s, you should come see it!), a pseudo-leadership position (is that a thing? I’m gonna claim it’s a thing), several unfriendly-looking deadlines, and the paperwork for my summer research. And.. yeah.
I don’t even know, guys. It’s not good.
In more uplifting news, Guide To Med School has pointed out that I am now #4 in the google results for Blonde Fundus. I have no idea how that happened, but I’m willing to go with it: Only Yahoo Answers and an Albinism forum stand between me and total google domination. (Note to Yahoo Answers: BRING IT.*)
Oddly comforting. I may not be #1 at anything that’s actually “important” or “legitimate”, but it’s cool: I’m #4 at referencing a benign medical non-condition! Awesome.
* I realize that wanting to be #1 for a medical non-condition just because I can makes me a total crazy person med student, but hey. I’ve had worse spur-of-the-moment goals.**
** Example: Juggling fruit. Harder than it looks, and shouldn’t be attempted on hardwood floors. PRO TIP.
I see nothing wrong with wanting to be #1 on Google for something. Perfectly legitimate goal. Though maybe this should be taken with a grain of salt considering my current spur-of-the-moment goal is to go as long as I can without grocery shopping.
I love your blog! I’m starting med school in the fall and am hoping to start a blog of my own. I can see it being hard to stay dedicated to it, though.
Thanks! Glad you’re thinking about blogging, it’s an awesome way to relieve stress. Definitely makes up for the time it takes to write, at least for me.
hahahaha! you are absolutely insane!