The Library

Reasons why the Br-Fe aisle in the library is the best:

  • Bronte
  • Collins
  • Dickens
  • Dostoevsky
  • Doyle
  • Dumas
  • Eliot

It’s a beautiful thing. The past two days, I’ve been to the library three times–simply splendid! I’m trying to make the most of the last few weeks of summer reading!

Right now I’m finishing up the last few chapters of “The Three Musketeers.” I’m extremely furious with Milady and disappointed with Felton! Those of you who have read the book understand…or at least know what I’m talking about.

from Pinterest user

Share on Facebook

Anatomy of Monte Cristo

When I took anatomy, I passed by the skin of my teeth (or should I say the “epidermis of my incisors”). After a semester of constant studying, suffering through lectures, examining cadavers, and enduring lab, I picked up “Count of Monte Cristo” so I could enjoy my Christmas break!

It didn’t take long for me to realize why I’d had to take anatomy.

I took anatomy so I could read “Count of Monte Cristo” by Dumas and read terms like “lacrymal duct” and know exactly what Dumas was talking about! I was so pleased with myself that it almost made a semester of nonstop studying worth it.

By the way, I really loved reading “The Count.” It’s a fantastic book (especially the second half), even if you’re not as nerdy as I am. And if you read it and get stuck on one of the anatomy terms, let me know and I can tell you more than I ever wanted to know.

Share on Facebook