I know I checked in with Weekly Moves and Grooves yesterday, but I missed sharing life happenings with you all and hearing about your lives too. Last week was jam-packed with studying and activities, so blogging just couldn’t happen.
But now I’m here and ready to share some of the crazy-fun-weird things I learned last week!
Studying with a friend really does do wonders.
I usually like studying by myself, but the night before our anatomy exam, my friend Cassandra and I reviewed all the material by testing each other and using a white board to draw bones, tissues, and muscles. It definitely made me feel more confident during the test!
Breakfast for dinner in the dining halls should be a weekly occurrence.
Carbs and dairy and carbs. The essentials.
Two snow days in a row doesn’t mean a thing anymore.
We had another blizzard last Monday, which resulted in cancelled classes on Tuesday as well. That would be a total of five snow days this semester! What is school?
Some professors are holding classes on a couple Saturdays to make up lectures and labs, which is good from the academic standpoint as well as the *ahem* tuition standpoint.
Oh we had a blizzard yesterday too. It’s time to migrate, like, last month.
Officially taller than me.
Boston wears snow beautifully though.
A snow day does not mean more free time.
Holy smokes, last week was BUSY. The snow days were used to catch up on work, and then the work/appointments/meetings kept coming, which is why I didn’t get to blog.
Busy, but good busy (for the most part). 🙂
Grilled cheese + tomato soup is one of the greatest food combinations.
I already knew this, but I learned that I should have it more often, especially during the winter.
This grilled cheese was swiss, tomato, and caramelized onions on wheat. Mmmm.
My friends talk about my blog when I’m not around.
Rachel told me, “I was telling Cassandra that if I were Alison, I would be making my dessert look pretty and taking a picture of it.” I am both flattered and embarrassed.
I will go the distance for brussels sprouts.
I don’t usually like tempeh, but the dining hall was serving orange maple tempeh with brussels sprouts and zucchini, so I got it just for the brussels sprouts.
The tempeh was bland, but the brussels were worth it.
I am a certified Boston University tour guide!
Come to Boston University so that “I can show you the worldddd…shining, shimmering, splendid!” (<— Aladdin, anyone?)
A little bit o’ love can mean so much to someone.
Some people at the Catholic Center got together to put together Valentines for people who are homeless in Boston. The joy of the recipients is always a reminder of what love is all about— giving. #cheeeeeese
How to dissect a cat.
For anatomy. My lab partner and I named our cat Larry (is it terrible that we named him?).
I have a new favorite way to eat cottage cheese!
Remember my usual concoction of cottage cheese with strawberry yogurt, banana and peanut butter last semester? I guess I wanted a new combo along with this new semester. Now I’m loving it with frozen blueberries, peaches, and granola!
Cheetah Girls 2 is still fabulous.
Rachel and I had a little “Galentine’s” night in with popcorn and classic Cheetah Girls 2. We knew all the words to the songs and loved every minute.
I have a banana problem.
I feel the need to stock up on bananas whenever I leave the dining hall, so now I have enough bananas in my dorm room to make a pyramid out of them.
Chill pill. I’m on it.
Luckily, there are no fruit flies in the winter!
I’m evil for liking raisins.
A loving Valentine’s snapchat from Rachel (who does not approve of raisins at all):
Hope you all have a rockin’ Monday! Happy President’s Day to my fellow Americans! My parents are coming to visit Ben and me for our day off 🙂
So tell me:
One thing you learned last week!
How did you spend your Valentine’s Day?
What is your favorite childhood movie?
Please tell me you like raisins.