Anyone remember this guy?
That dashing gentleman is Schemer from Shining Time Station, a late 80s/early 90s kids’ show featuring Thomas the Tank Engine. Have I just dated myself? Anyway, if you did watch the show growing up, I’ll bet you never though you would ever see the devious Schemer again.
When I was younger, my hair would always curl around my forehead whenever it was humid outside. This stunning quality earned me the nickname “Curly Strands” from my younger sister. While my hair has calmed down considerably since I was a wee one, the curly strands still appear after an intense workout. What now, C, what what??
Clinical was low-key today. We learned how to calculate TPN formulas and saw one last patient before we wrapped up our rotation at this hospital. In a few weeks, we’ll begin a rotation at another hospital upstate. I’m going to miss this hospital :(
The girls and I had an interesting discussion at lunch about how best to approach Community Nutrition. So far we’ve been handing out nutrition information to mostly uninterested people in the community as part of our internship experience. If this method of education isn’t all that effective, what is? Our convo reminded me of Darryn‘s post about meeting Robert Kenner, director of the movie Food Inc.. Check out her post for an great discussion of the power behind change in the food industry.
Back to the day’s events: check out the herbs that Peter sprouted from herb cuttings!
Not an herb, but a gorgeous jade plant nonetheless:
Doesn’t this look like a lot of food? I eat my meals on an 8-inch plate because my eyes are bigger than my stomach. I tend to clean my plate, so I use small plates and bowls to keep portions small. This trick really works!
Look at those tangy cheese crumbles! A lot of flavor in a little bit of cheese. Yum.
Maddie checking me out as I eat:
Have a wonderful day!
Q: Have you ever tried to talk to someone and felt you weren’t getting through? What did you do?