This is the story of my nontraditional transformation from a Physics/Spanish/Chemistry/Math grad into a physician. I'm a proud member of the class of 2016 at Michigan State University's College of Human Medicine. The blog title will be edited to reflect the current stage of my transformation: Pre-Medical, Medical, Residential, then Doctoral. Read more about me in the My Story tab below. Enjoy!
Yesterday, Wife and I went with my mom and stepdad to Shipshewana, a largely Amish community just south of the Michigan-Indiana border. They have tons of great stuff - markets, beards, carriages, etc. One of the attractions we visited was the flea market. While I didn't take any pictures of normal flea market stuff (furniture, pies, kettle corn, antiques, massive amounts of cheap hats, tools, and blankets), I did snap a few pictures of some interesting products. Below is a prime example:
"Miao-ling An usage wound sticking"
"Application: Protect pinhole of transfusion and plaster small wound."
As much as I liked the text in the above captioned, I also liked the fact that the manufacturer felt the need to specifically mention in the Function section that the bandaids have "disposable and separate packing..." Awesome.