Thursday, October 30, 2008

Brain mapping...

Yesterday I did some brain mapping at the Institute. It went well, but I was pretty tired by the end. Next week I have another appointment scheduled with Dr. Dean. Hopefullly she will write me back to work part time. I am getting a bit stir-crazy. :)

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Winston said...

Emeriol, when I read about the brain mapping, I immediately thought of those old maps from the age of exploration and how the sea monsters decorating the unknown areas are somehow appropriate for a map of an epileptic brain. You must convince your doctor to add some dragons and other monsters to the result.

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