So the title was out of nowhere in a sense of it. I've had boxes on the mind looking around at the things I have to pack, and it got me thinking.
A person's life can be described by the possessions in their boxes during a move. And that's what I'm trying to do with this blog. Through images, words, and videos I'm trying to describe me although that is a rather hard thing to do.
Normal brain, coloured magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scan. Sagittal (side) view of a human head and neck, showing the brain and upper spinal cord (red/orange). The cerebrum (folded region) is the largest part of the brain and is made up of two hemispheres. It is responsible for conscious thoughts and actions, memory and personality. The branched structure at the back of the brain is the cerebellum, which controls voluntary movement and maintains posture and balance. Vertebrae (spinal bones) are also seen running alongside the spinal cord.