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week in review: impending drama?


Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for this one.

I’d like to have a really witty post with lots of great pictures, but last week was pretty brutal, so I have no pictures, and just a few comments.

I hope everyone had a happy Valentine’s Day. I enjoyed shopping for treats for all of our patients and handing out gift bags to them all last Monday. A lot of them don’t have people who care about them, and the things we do for them that seem so little to us, really make their day. I love their smiles.

Still pretty mentally exhausted, so I wasn’t super-productive, but I’m working past that. (Side note:  no choice, really, I have to cram a week’s worth of productivity in before Wednesday.).

I’m struggling to finish writing a “critical review of a journal article” for my class right now. Yeah, I don’t know what that means, either, and I feel like I’m writing gibberish. Sigh…Remind me again why I decided grad school was a good idea?

Saw the ortho on Friday and got permission to run again! (While this makes me happy, knowing I have to start over from scratch, fitness-wise, is a bit discouraging.

Lost the patient I mentioned here Thursday night just after midnight, and my uncle passed away Saturday evening as well. I’m glad that my mom, dad, brother, and nephew will be coming to town–for my nephew’s 4th birthday, no less!–but I wish it were under better circumstances. Hopefully, family drama with my uncle’s wife will not ensue.

That’s it for me. Off to finish up that blasted critical review and another thousand words of fiction for the day.

Be blessed.


2 thoughts on “week in review: impending drama?

  1. I’m so sorry to hear about your losses. Brutal is an understatement. What a rough week. Thankfully you have a little family time (with hopefully no drama) to look forward to. Also I think it was so sweet of you to get gift bags for your patients. What a lovely thing to do.

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