We went camping a couple of weeks ago and it was wonderful. I have pictures of ducks and fish and lakes and trees. Yes, we camped with people (my whole damn family as a matter of fact), but I didn't get many pictures of them. R caught lots of fishies (we ate two that were quite tasty). I read three books (including Pamela Anderson's latest book - don't worry. I balanced it out with a history of Krakatoa.).
Before we went, I had a bad cold that turned into bronchitis. I couldn't go to the gym because I couldn't take deep breaths without coughing and gasping for air. It was around a month before I went back (between being sick and the vacation). I now feel like a lump. A blob. It doesn't help that I'm PMSing like crazy and I'm crampy and bloated and achey and exhausted and depressed.
I did intend to write about some happy things here. :)
I'm starting school in the fall. I'm nervous, but so very excited. I'm really unhappy in my current job, and have been for years, but haven't been able to figure out what I really want to do. I do like computers, but I like them more as a hobby and not as a job, I've found. I want to do something for the greater good and not just for profit, if that makes sense. And, yes, I realize that health care is moving more towards profit in many areas.
There are a variety of specific things that have made me disatisified with my job of late, but I won't outline them here. If you talk to me, you already know. If I haven't had this conversation with you, really, I'll spare you unless you're really curious. I'll leave it at, "I need to be doing something useful for the greater good."
I'm taking one class next semester, since R is in school and we can't afford two scholars. I'm now debating between two places. If I go to one school to get my math and biology classes out of the way, it will be much cheaper. I'd like to take as many as possible at this cheaper college, and transfer to the UofM to do the classes directly related to my major.
Oh, what am I majoring in? Radiation Therapy. So, not just x-rays, but cancer treatments.
I'm very excited.
Some more details are going to be solidified this weekend when I can focus on it.
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