I can’t tell if the week has gone by really fast or really slow. But what I do know is that it’s best described in gif form. (Because, let’s face it, everything else has just been too hard to dwell on.)
Getting cluster grades back and trying to move on for finals/projects:
Trying to gather enough energy to study through the rest of this weekend:
Finals week diet:
Basically, ask me how I am on May 1st at noon.
Not right now.
Gifs are courtesy of Tumblr, Workaholics, Supernatural, Parks and Rec, and Top Gear.
I’ve been listening to a lot of Jackson Browne too and he should have written an album called The Presenter instead of The Pretender for this week. BECAUSE I HAD FOUR PRESENTATIONS.
Pause–I’m really impressed that I just found the album The Pretender on Youtube (linked above).
On Monday I had a group presentation for my law class on insurance coverage of smoking cessation productions. It was in front of the entire pharmacy class so it was kind of intimidating. But I wore my power blazer so it was okay. (Ladies, everyone needs a power blazer–it’s a Leslie Knope from Parks and Rec thing.)
Then Wednesday I had a big case presentation on a geriatrics patient. I thought I was super prepared for it except I got asked some kind of odd ball questions that I didn’t think were really pertinent in the patient. IN MY HUMBLE OPINION.
Thursday I did a presentation for my substance abuse class on peyote. My fourth presentation was supposed to be an article in the news for the same class but it got pushed to next week! Whew. I feel like I haven’t even started studying for clusters!
Also, from the amazing tumblr whatshouldwecallme, I found this gif that has been a good representation of my brain for the past few weeks:
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… is my new favorite show on television.
It all started last week when I was on break and, for once, had nothing to do. I noticed on Netflix that I had added Parks and Rec to my queue, and I thought, HEY! Now’s a good a time as any to start watching. I expected it to be funny and entertaining.
What I did not expect was to fall so completely in love with it that my inner dialogue now mimics a mix of Leslie Knope and Andy Dwyer. And Ron Swanson has easily become my new fictional character hero.
Part of what’s so fun about the show is that it takes place in Indiana. There’s a lot of midwestern humor in it, and certain references to Indianapolis that have made me split a hernia laughing (there was a great jab at the Pacers that I won’t repeat because it must be watched).
I love a show where I can’t quite pick my favorite character. I especially enjoy Tom Haverford’s weird sense of pop culture and obsession with high class living, including his ambitions to be a club owner and his iPod deck mounted on a Roomba (called DJ Roomba).
"I call cakes big ol' cookies. I call eggs pre-birds, or future birds. And I call forks ... food rakes."
I know everyone ever is always pressuring their friends to watch this show or that show, but I’m serious this time. Watch Parks and Rec. New episodes start TOMORROW!! (We bought Hulu Plus just to catch up on Season 4, that’s how obsessed we are.)