So a month or two ago I was able to dissect a sheep brain in my Human Anatomy and Physiology class! To me personally this was a really cool experience to be able to have at school! So these images below are photos I had taken.
Sorry for not posting on Wednesday I have a lot of personal stuff that is going on. I’m really going to try my best to stick to the schedule I have set for myself so please don’t get mad at me! Thank you for the people who are still here. I will be posting on my other page as well today so go check it out! WARNING: IF YOU DO NOT LIKE TO LOOK AT A BRAIN SKIP THIS POST.
So a month or two ago I was able to dissect a sheep brain in my Human Anatomy and Physiology class! To me personally this was a really cool experience to be able to have at school! So these images below are photos I had taken. If you want to see more like this please let me know! Next blog I might post about the heart I am dissecting today! I can also post about my building of an artificial heart that can actually pump “blood” (liquid).
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About a month ago I had went up to Astoria Oregon to visist my Grandparents. The best thing about Astrio is the view of the ocean that is absolutely gorgeous ❤️! These two pictures down below are the pictures I had taken during the sunset.
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Hello! My name is Amy Durrent and I am a Sophomore at HeLa Highschool im Vancouver Washington. I have one little brother who’s name is Matthew and he is a 4th grader. I also have one dog and cat. Rexi (dog) is a black with white chest poodle mut mix and is 9 years old. Waffles (cat) is a red tabby but if you look up Waffle Cat he almost looks identical to that cat but with longer ears, he is now 3 years old.
This page I will be posting my photography! You may also know me on my other blog heretorelate.wordpress.com which is where I write my poems.
This photo here I took in Fall of 2016 when I was just walking in a field with my Best Friend on our way to her house. Her name is Lexzy and I’ve known her since 6th grade. She was born with nothing below the knee so today she wears prothstetic legs to help her.