Monday, November 21, 2011

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So, apparently it's almost Thanksgiving and I am continuing the slacker blogger tradition. I'd like to say it's because I've been really busy, but you could look around my house and call me a liar.

So I'm going to be honest here. I finished school, essentially, and have just been lazy since. I finished my clinicals November 7th and had all my assignments turned within a week of that. I studied a little for my practice exam and took it today. Passed the first time, with a nervous knot in my stomach and a headache creeping on. It's not like it's a pass/fail thing, but it was timed, which always makes me nervous. Plus I want to be done so if I failed it, I would have to study more and take it again. At this point, I'm hoping the school gets everything together so I can get my name sent in Dec. 1 for my comprehensive exam. I plan to chill for the rest of this week then hit the books hard to be ready for that test. It is pass/fail which is just way too much pressure if you ask me.

Let's see, what else has been going on? My scale has declared mutiny. At least I hope so and that I'm not really gaining a pound a day. I've opted to ignore the mutinous bastard for the rest of this week.

I found white hair........ on my head! And not just one, but seven! At least that's when I stopped counting since I finally recognized if I kept looking there would be more.

The fam is coming over for Thanksgiving which I suppose means I have to clean my house. Damn.

I've decided we need to implement some changes around the home front. My chicklets are turning into ungrateful little heathens. Perhaps this week of thanksgiving is the time to teach thankfulness.

Some reflection on needed changes coming soon........

2 comments:

Diana said...

Good luck with all your test:) I have no idea how you do all you do!! Happy Thanksgiving to your family!!

Tony McGurk said...

Ignore the grey hairs & they might go away. I remember when my wife found my 1st grey hair AND a small bald patch starting that was the size of a 10 cent piece. Now the 10 cent piece has grown with inflation...