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Long time no blog


Well first and foremost I have to apologize for my absence from blogging. According to my boss what I do in my day is important to people. If you ask me I think the jury is still out. But she has given me the great opportunity to have this position as an ambassador so I kind of owe her. Also there is the fact that she can bring in a younger, better looking replacement in at anytime means there is no room for error. Anyways I have been pretty busy as of late in my life. This last term I have been going through what very well be the most demanding, challenging class I ever take. Being a paramedic student while also having 3 jobs has opened my eyes to the world of coffee, sleepless nights, and creative story making for the bags under my eyes. I always won in these stories, and they usually included me saving a baby from a wild animal. Believable I know. So as of late I have been attending class, pulling 72 hour shifts on and 72 hour shifts partially off at the fire station, and working part time at Bay Cities Ambulance Company. I am grateful for the busy schedule but it has gotten a little overwhelming. Trying to find peace in the chaos has become harder to do. I think now that I have an idea of what I need to do as far as the academics side of things goes this term should be much more structured for me. I haven’t been able to help the ambassador program out very much as late but I should be making up for that these next two terms. In other news today is my birthday. I am officially 22 years old and already receiving the old man jokes from my peers. So as is tradition I have had my eye on a cane at the 24 hour Wal-Mart across the street for a couple weeks now. Luckily it is close to the vitamin isle where I can find some Glucosamine which I hear is good for joints. I would say that I am adjusting well to this new me. Well until next time everyone, I hope you all had a great holiday season, and have cheated on your New Years diet at least once because let’s face it all those cookies and left over fudge still need some loving.


Published Jan 6, 2014, 11:50am





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