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A patient’s family member was so grateful for the success of her sister’s surgery that she gave me a small handful of candy and a cough drop. I let her know that I only assisted in the case but she told me I deserved it and the gesture really made my day. ^^ I shared the candy with the OR nurses and it really put a smile on everyone’s tired faces.
Now I’m just drawing random things while waiting for the next case. Here’s a doodle of a clover and a really fat, fluffy bird.
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— random thought of the day

I think I’d be really happy if I received a doughnut shish kabob like this:

Cute isn’t it?  (●♡◡♡●)
Or like a doughnut-hole kabob:

Looks kind of like takoyaki.  Hahaha~

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For zeropointzerotwo:  her OC’s eating ice cream in vector format
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For standbymi:  Totoro
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The most asdlfkjsdwesome friend just gave me Adobe Photoshop CS6 ;A;
And what is the first thing I draw?
An eevee (to signify endless possibilities?!  No, my thought process wasn’t that deep).
asdlkjf this amazing program is wasted on me but I am so beyond thrilled you have no idea sdkjfsd
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I had a dream that I was fighting like a bad-ass with this weapon.
It was basically composed of a short handle with knuckle-spikes that protruded between my fingers, which would simultaneously retract as a forearm-length switchblade snapped open with the push of a button.
I mostly used it to slice foes with my elbows or punch holes into my enemies’ foreheads, but when I was pinned and had my knuckle spikes turned against me, I pressed the button and sliced the back of my assailant’s neck…
Anyway, I was wondering: does this weapon exist (like even in movies or stories) or did I just dream this up?  And if it’s real, what is it called?