Straight from PHIL's mouth:
This photomicrograph reveals bacteria adhering to vaginal epithelial cells known as “clue cells”.
“Clue cells” are epithelial cells that have had bacteria adhere to their surface, obscuring their borders, and imparting a stippled appearance. The presence of such clue cells is a sign that the patient has bacterial vaginosis.Isn't it pretty? (Thanks Jenny!)
I read a lot of amazing blog posts during the day and am inspired by every single one in one way or another. If I had the time or energy, I would mention all of them. Today, Aurelia at No Matter How Small pinned down the meaning of blogging for me. She tells a great story at the end about which I can't stop thinking. I highly recommend heading over there and checking it out. Thanks Aurelia, I needed that.
OK, now I am going to crawl back under the down comforter and resume the fetal position.