Well, firstly about my hospital experience. I tried out for the angiosurgery department and got the place there AND it was INCREDIBLE. All the personnel was extra friendly, helpful and they've let me do so much stuff on my own. The whole idea of the practice was that I was supposed to be a nurse's assistant and at first I did that. But after a couple of days they started to trust me and I became something between a resident and a student. I did most of the nurses' stuff too, but also I assisted in operations, saw a lot of difficult surgeries that I was too inexperienced to assist in, went to a lot of consultations with the doctors and even got my hands on some documentation (which was not at all boring as everyone always said!). Unfortunately, I am not one of those students who photograph themselves with surgical scrubs and upload those pictures to the internet. I didn't even make one picture in the hospital, 'cause you know, I go there to work and not to take pictures, but that is sadly why I can't post any moments of my experience there.
Though, in the mornings and sometimes for 24hours straight I lived in the hospital, I still had a lot of free time on my hands this last month. So I tried as hard as I could to make that time count. Not one weekend have I slept in my bed at home. I traveled to some other cities and visited some parties that very unexpectedly were tremendously fun, I had a lot of reading and chilling time in my grandparents' summer house, I had some road trips with new and amazing people, I met a lot of old friends, visited some festivals, I participated in my first bachelorette party and did a lot of other amazing things that gave me so much inspiration and motivation that I can't even describe it.
I only wish that I carried my camera more to have more pictures of this summer. But the camera is heavy and sometimes it blocks the vibe of spontaneity so it mostly lived at home when I did not. However, I still have made a few snaps of my adventures with the camera and some with my phone for instagram. Well... And the rest will live in my memory.
Cheers to autumn!