20150930_203051We got a few short hours of breathing space, and then flung ourselves onto the next challenge: Anatomy and physiology. This is heavy stuff, no group assignments here, no relativity, no opinions about the proper perspective! Everyone is chuffed and eager to learn something “for real”.

On the first day we were served some 50 bodyparts in Latin and Swedish. Especially Latin. I need to buy myself an anatomical atlas in English, as the Swedish ones are not e-published. No problem, says the professor, it’s just that the English/Americans say everything backwards… ok. I’ll be fine, I’m sure.

The joke is this: ben = leg or bone, so: Ben-jamin, get it?
The joke is this: ben = leg or bone, so: Ben-jamin, get it? 

2 thoughts on “Anatomy”

  1. What a great skeleton. So very well done, too. I’m loving this series, and of course, I loved A & P, something I didn’t have to take, but did so as an elective. Everyone else in the class thought I was crazy because it was part of their curriculum. So glad to see you are doing so well with this course.

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