Here’s the x-ray of the crochet hook in Kim’s thumb. How did it go in that far?
Kim’s shoulder and my eyes. Climbing by the sea.
Getting licked by a cow, not the other way around. Also climbing Pembrokeshire cliffs.
A follow up of the “Why do you watch anatomy videos?” short. And climbing. And geocaching in strange places.
Kim and I have been together for 30 years.
Knees and climbing, knees and running.
With students back in the lab and Covid restrictions reducing, I can use my 3D TV for teaching anatomy again.
Kim’s fingers and my weak ability to interact on the internet.
Talking about my career path while walking an actual path. Very something.