"...the sound was heavy with knowledge."
Too funny! Yes, one immediately has an odd picture of that particular annual exam.
Gynecologists tend to avoid those Anglo-Saxon words, don't they?
How extraordinarily strange.Now that I think about it, though, both times I've been to see my Field Town gynecologist, I've ended up discussing Middle English with him while I was on the table.Huh.
Not only is that a strange request from strange circumstances, it's also an annoying request, imho. I *hate* it when other professionals want you to give some of your time to them for private tutoring, even if they are willing to pay. You should say to said gyn: I will tutor you in Anglo-Saxon if you teach me how to give a gynecological exam.Hmph.
I rather like the idea of a gyn who wants to learn Anglo-Saxon, though I might not want to teach hyr. Obviously a chatty gyn!
Figure out what gyns charge in your community and charge at least that. (My last statement showed like $250 for the basic annual "I want birth control" 20 minutes. That's 750 an hour. I'd tutor for that!)
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