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Living in the Caribbean brings with it different

on July 1, 2013

Living in the Caribbean brings with it different vegetation.  In fact, there are what I take to be many different forms of palm trees.  This is in addition to beautiful flowers.  Not to mention to little lizards seen all over the island.

The past few weeks have been very busy with preparing for exams.  I had 2 anatomy exams last Monday which went exceptionally well. Then today was Block 2 exams and I had a physical diagnosis and cell biology exam.  With these exams behind me I can officially say half of my first semester of medical school is completed. Ironically, this occurs on July 1st which also means that half of 2013 is also over.

With the onset of summer temperatures have been climbing and driving up the humidity  making it hard to enjoy the beauty in the already limited time I have to be outside.  I will, however, be going to the beach today and relaxing by the pool at the Marriott.  Maybe I will even test my luck and put a few dollars into the machines at the casino.  Either way it is a day of relaxation after 2 weeks of straight studying before the next blocks show their face.

The current count down is just under 7 weeks until I get home or one month and 16 days. 🙂  I cannot wait to see everyone.  Besides that nothing is new here; I am still waiting to hear if I will be able to move to the Marriott next semester.  As of right not it is not looking too promising as the contact person is having a difficult time finding an available unit in the size I requested for the time I will need it.  If you can pray that he finds one and it all works out I will appreciate it.  Hopefully, I will have some more information later on this week.100_2957

This image of clouds settling on the mountain makes me think of God speaking to Moses on Mount Sinai.

Then the Lord came down in the cloud and stood there with him and proclaimed his name, the Lord. And he passed in front of Moses, proclaiming, “The Lord, the Lord, the compassionate and gracious God, slow to anger, abounding in love and faithfulness, maintaining love to thousands, and forgiving wickedness, rebellion and sin. Yet he does not leave the guilty unpunished; he punishes the children and their children for the sin of the parents to the third and fourth generation.” Exodus 34:5-7.

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2 responses to “Living in the Caribbean brings with it different

  1. Cindy H. says:

    Hi Kimber! Some very interesing Palm’s 😉
    So good to hear you finally got some R&R. Especially after hearing of your accomplishments. Good for you!!!!
    Sending my thoughts, prayers & love!

  2. Mom says:

    Kimber, the pictures are beautiful. I am happy that you are going out and having fun!

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