Thursday, June 23, 2011

Summer solstice happened this week

Midterms are now over and there are only a few weeks of classes left for the summer semester! It is really flying by much more quickly than I imagined it would. This week we learned how to administer various types of medications and how to draw up, reconstitute, and give injections.  Tomorrow I will be registering for classes to take next semester. Since our schedule is pretty firm, the only choice I really get is whether to do adults and psych first or women and pediatrics. I'll have to do all of them eventually, but I'm torn on which to do first... 

In terms of life in Farmville, I am doing my best to keep a basil plant alive in this heat (as well as a couple other plants that aren't doing so well) and I finally got a new cell phone. My old phone's screen broke in mid-April, so I haven't been able to call anyone except those on my speed dials or send/read text messages. I am very glad to have a working phone again! 

In other awesome news, Chris has made dinner every night this week with great success. He is wonderful :)

5 comments:

Dorothy said...

I think womens and peds is more fun. Good luck with them all. Chris is the best!

Erika said...

haha, i was going to say adult and psych first, so you get the basis of adult health before moving to specialties! but your mom is right, womens and peds is more fun!

Michele Finnell said...

So save the fun for the following semester!!! Get through the adult and psych... The psych will help in all other fields as will your adult knowledge!

LA-jan said...

Get the psych and adults out of the way so you can look forward to women and peds! (That's how I work, I need something to look forward to )You will enjoy it much more and when the slogging through it all gets hard, at least it will be better towards the end!

But, don't get discouraged by the psych and adults, please! It isn't as fun :((

Elizabeth said...

yay, Chris! I agree with saving the women and kids rotations for lasts, but I am biased :)