It took me half an hour to find the room I was sent to. (Apparently one building has 3 different 6th floors. UCLA makes absolutely no sense as far as floor enumeration goes.) As I was wandering around one of the 6th floors at the Neuropsychiatric Institute I came across a children's autism wing. It was interesting. I saw a little girl as she was being tested.
Anyway, back to the test. The nurse was super nice. I told her I didn't like needles, especially in that area. She called a nice lady, Eva, in to distract me while she was doing the test. AND she gave me the shot to the side, not in the middle of the forearm. I felt a lot better about a needle over to the side. It did not hurt a bit. The spot burned a bit while I was sitting in the EE lecture today. (Today's lecture was *awesome*, by the way.)
I have almost no reaction from the test which worries me a little. It is less of a reaction than this. If I took a picture you wouldn't even see it.
It worries me because I remember in Russia when they did this test every year I had way more of a reaction than that. I'm not sure why they require a TB test. Apparently I have to do this every year. This is the first time I'm encountering a requirement like that in America. As nice as this experience was, I hope I'm not still working here by the time I'm due for another one.
I'm almost done with EE homework! Sweet!