And now, it's on to Heme/Neo (Hematology & Neoplasm) - what many other schools refer to as HemeOnc. This is stereotypically the hardest domain of the semester, and at four weeks long, I'm ready to believe it. The exam for this domain is slated at 3.5 hours long. That's a long exam, testing over a huge volume of information.
But enough about that for now. Today, Wife and I took the afternoon off, and it was glorious. We ordered a pizza and spent a few solid hours just chatting, playing with Hobbes, ordering a pizza (and having it delivered!), and watching some TV. We're currently back at it, getting stuff done, but it was a great way to relax after a stressful weekend of studying.
Hobbes is doing great, btw. Here's a photo of him from a couple weeks back:
|Note: It starts at 5 weeks of age, when he only weighed was 8lbs 0.1oz.|