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Sunday, September 21, 2008
tired of waiting for yooou!

I was a lonely soul
I had nobody till I met you
But you keep-a me waiting
All of the time
What can I do?

It's your life
And you can do what you want
Do what you like
But please don't keep-a me waiting
Please don't keep-a me waiting

'Cause I'm so tired
Tired of waiting
Tired of waiting for you...

Well, there are less than 2 days until I receive my 2nd set of Medical College Admissions Test scores. I pray that they are better than last year's scores. After I took the test this time, I felt great about the Physical Sciences portions (the part I didn't do well on last time). I felt better about the writing portion, too. I think I did fine on the Verbal Reasoning. Biological Sciences... I'm not so sure. I'm going to be beyond pissed if I bomb on the biology portion. I hate this waiting game. I think it's ridiculous that there is still a 4 week waiting period when 3 of the 4 sections are scored by computer as you finish them. If I do well this time, I'm go for applying. My personal statement is just about finished... I just need to cut about 1000 characters before it fits of the AMCAS application. I think my statement is better this time around, too. I just hope I get the chance to use it.

I also finally got a new job. After 3 months of applying to the same place, I interviewed and was offered a position at a psychiatric center. Hello patient experience for med school!

On Tuesday, I'm going to MSU to have dinner and see a presentation by Gemini and Apollo astronaut Frank Borman. I am so stoked! He was the commander of Apollo 8, the first manned mission to orbit the moon. So, to get me really excited to meet him, I bought When We Left Earth: The NASA Missions on iTunes and I'm on my 3rd go-round of watching it (I saw it when it was on tv this summer, and I've already watched it once on iTunes). All the stories are amazing. I'm blown away at how brave all these astronauts are. It makes me so sad to realize that our country is so used to spaceflight... that we think it is a routine, normal thing. Every shuttle launch, I am awestruck at what we are doing... that we are able to put people into space and bring them back alive (with the rare exceptions of Challenger and Columbia, whose stories I still bawl at). Such inspiring stories... makes me feel like I can do anything.







:: queenbeebri @ 11:33 pm ::

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January 5, 2015   06:48 PM PST
 
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