- You’re out for a walk at 8:30pm and wish a passerby a cheery “good morning!”
- You diagnose a bush with a cavernous hemangioma.
- Your cookie reminds you of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase deficiency.
- Palm trees may look myelinated.
- You wake up terrified in the middle of the night because you can’t remember the difference between Orthomyxovirus and Paramyxovirus.
- All of your Cheetos remind you of tetanospasmin.
- The last voice you hear at night and the first voice you hear in the morning is Dr. Cao’s.
- Everything green seems like alpha hemolysis on blood agar.
- When the pastor reads Psalm 23 you think of a penumbra zone of infarct.
- Your recreational activity is tracing the veins on the back of your boyfriend’s hands.
- You diagnose every singer on the radio with a personality disorder.
*These things may or may not have happened to me…
I would also like to make a shout-out to my mom. Now, you have to understand that I LOVE my mom’s chocolate cake. Recently I celebrated a birthday and this year marks the SIXTH year in a row that she has mailed me a build-it-yourself home-made chocolate cake for my birthday! Thanks mom! You’re the best!!