Third quarter

7:26 PM

Author | Shaza Al-Holou

Hey everyone,

Hope you've all been doing well! I apologize for my hiatus, but I will more than make up for it with photos:)

My time at the NIH is whizzing by, I'm so upset about it! One of the largest ophthalmology conferences is taking place in May, so it's almost time for the other opthalmology students in the program and me to show our stuff in Orlando! Fun stuff!

As far as DC and Bethesda go, the weather just turned up, and I'm sick in bed. Yayyy. So instead of discussing what I've been missing out on, I'll show pics of the awesome stuff I was doing pre-sickness:

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Grainy photo of Talib Kweli DJing in DC!

Despite feeling sick now, the past few months have been really great! I promise to post again soon!

Take care,

Shaza

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