Monday, November 02, 2009

One after another:)

It was a fruitful and productive week previously:)

So many to learn, so many to see, so many to remember and so many to give thanks!

Started off my Monday by attending a breast clinic attachment in North Manchester General Hospital. Though had to take a tram and bus there, it was worth it! The consultant was one nice teacher, who willingly went through the breast examinations and history taking process with me despite the many patients he needed to consult. Even when i left at 6pm, the clinic didn't end yet! Too many women with breast probs dy, and never underestimate the number of women suffering from breast cancer..it's abundance! Poor women, smth that supposed to be one's asset, instead causing disaster! sigh....

Tuesday=GP day:) Dr Tim was so enthusiastic that very day! After sitting in with him in his clinic, he arranged a home visit for Ly and me to go. Met this lovely old couple and took her medical history. She was telling us that the doctor said she wont be able to walk anymore after 2 falls and had both of her hips replaced at the age of 94! But miraculously, she still managed to show off her walking skills without any walking stick! SoooO, nothing is impossible peeps! Lesson learned:) And we thought we cud hv our lunch break now..as we started munching our lunch, Dr Tim came in again and arranged us to sit in an ENT clinic with Mr Gordon, an ENT consultant! Goodie good, we never have any ENT teachings in MRI, so yup, we went in and joined the consultation for a good 1 hour! Not the end yet, after the clinic, Dr Tim brought us to this junior GP who has organised some OSCEs communication skills practices for us. Hectic schedule it seemed, but they were all really useful and one came after another, at the correct timing and slots! Amazing, isn't it? Perfect timing from...God:) *cheeky cheeky*


Thursday...Theatre day! Having our firm lead, Dr Hayden with us was helpful! She made sure we had a chance to do bi manual vaginal examination on real patients when they're anesthetized! It's so different from exterminating on models...but need more practise though to master the skill and pick up any masses..THE thing that reminded about God's perfect timing was when we accidentally met Mr Gordon in the theatre( rmb i mentioned this ENT consultant earlier?) Yup, it's him! We didnt know he was working in Fairfield general..wat happened was that the first patient in gyn theatre was a staff nurse, so she didnt allow us to go in. Coincidentally,he spotted us in the waiting room and he happily brought us to his theatre instead to see him removed a laryngeal carcinoma and explained some procedure with us! NOW..u tell me, will this be so ngam ngam hou?! Definitely NOT! *cheeky cheeky*


Not to forget we met this SUPER DUPER strict looking BUT NICE midwife..and her name is FRANCES!! I must give credit to this woman larr..she has helped us so much! Every time we stop by antenatal ward, she will be there..be it asking us to take history, teaching us to palpate pregnant ladies abdomens, going through the grafts and forms, SHE IS THE BEST TEACHER! come on, who bothers giving us mini teaching sessions in the ward while other midwives are all happily chit chatting there?! but she does it all! Frances is definitely God sent to us:)


As i have mentioned in my earlier post...
Each new day is welcomed without any expectation, but only with anticipation...
Just a week like this passed by, when i recalled back, there are so many things God has planned accordingly for us. The people He sent, the perfect timing..it's just PUrfectOo!!

So His promise of lavishing us with plans that will prosper us is so valid and honest.

Cant wait cant wait cant wait to know the upcoming unexpected and astonishing events:)

till then fellow readers...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHA

very stress+ very stress+ very stress!!

HapPy HalLowEen, a mini event

Happy All Saints Day, a HUGE event..( a day to remember the saints of the church and the souls of those who departed this world)

So for the month of November, we are praying for the persecuted churches, Christians who are martyred for their faith. Let us remember them through our simplest act, that is through prayers...



wasSup Doc:

His smile is my reward, His glory is my G.O.A.L

6 comments:

*jeSSicA* said...

that pic super funny la =P

is that a real pumpkin? where did u get it?

Ang3 said...

It's supposed to look stress larr..Muakakkak:) Anyway, i got that pumkin from my hall dining room:) It's REAL of coz..HUGE kan!

Huey Shann said...

busy girl... u must take care k...
miss ya :)

Ang3 said...

>Shann: yea..busy busy:) u take care too k..miss ya SHANN~

Jens said...

in that pic:

AAAAHHHHHHHHHH.. seems like an echo that can be heard until here.. haha..

Ang3 said...

>Jens: YEAAA...that's THE AHHHHHHH i wan to SHOUT to the whole wide world:P Glad to kno u could even hear it in Malaysia..muakkakak:)