Lev Lazinskiy

Plasma Exchange

| life | navy | medicine |

I saw my first plasma exchange today. It was pretty interesting. Not the most exciting thing in the world, but someone has got to do it. I like the people that work in dialysis here in Portsmouth they all seem pretty nice. The dialysis unit in Bethesda is kind of dark, and no one really wants to be there. At least that was the impression that I got when I first stepped foot in there.

It kind of has me thinking that it would not be so bad if I got stationed here. I dont know what I would do about my relationship. But honestly as of late. That is not my number one priority anymore. I am going to leave things that are beyond my control out of my primary focus. It is very unhealthy to constantly contemplate the future and neglecting the present.

My friend here has a motto she is always saying " I will cross that bridge when I get to it." I like that philosophy on life. Maybe will try to adapt it to my own.

I took my fourth test today and I did not do so well. I am kind of disappointed because I worked pretty hard and thought I had the material down packed. The test had a couple ambiguous and misleading questions and I got kind of confused. Oh well just means I have to study extra hard for the next one in order to keep my GPA up.

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