Oh my goodness gracious – I cannot believe that tomorrow is February. That means that my boards are less than ten days away, I’m working, and I am that much closer to Run the Bluegrass! Crap! Hahahah, it hasn’t been all bad, but a lot of December and January were spent sitting and waiting, and now that everything has started it feels very overwhelming. We got our orientation schedules today and there is a lot to be done!!
There it is. A Dutch oven in the oven. Do you know what’s in that Dutch oven? It’s my very first adult like venture into the world of cooking with red wine. I made coq au vin. Shut the front door, right? Right. We had some chicken thighs in the kitchen and I told Joel I would come up with something to do for them. So I got my little brain a thinking, and figured that it would be a good time to try out a classic French dish.
Taller? No. Faster. I wish I was faster. I don’t feel like I’m making progress. I feel like I run at other people’s walking pace. Why am I so slow? Is it because I’m moving so much weight through space? Is it my legs? Maybe my hair is weighing me down? Yeah, that’s gotta be it…
I was our clinical group’s charge nurse today. Meaning I got to the hospital an hour before everyone (with my esteemed co-charge, Cassie), planned the days assignments, re-arranged all the assignments based on which nurses were working which rooms, and then basically ran around all day helping people.
Oh my, my brain is fried from learning about disorders of the brain. It’s a little out of control. So I needed to take a break and update, just to regain a little sanity. If that’s even possible at the point. Continue reading
Happy Sunday! Decided to work out before studying and did 1.66 miles in thirty minutes on level 3/4 on the elliptical. Burned about 265 calories. Woohoo! I am going to participate in a fitness challenge starting next year that a girl I know from high school is sponsoring. You commit to thirty days of exercising and drinking Shakeology and then just see where you go from there. I think it will be a good way to kick off the new year. Continue reading