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I am learning that it takes time to see God's glory. It is always there, but when I write I tend to look for it more. And so I write this blog. It's simple, thoughtful and a glimpse of the journey I'm on. I enjoy hearing your ideas, so comment freely.
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Gruene and Gangrene



After a long stint of blogger silence, I'm back with a few rambles. First of all, since my anatomy class has started I've been on reading overload and haven't made much time to write. I've been feeling a little overwhelmed by all the opportunities facing me this summer. In addition to the anatomy refresher course I'm taking through Texas Woman's, I'm working two jobs and trying to get as much friend time in as possible. This photo was taken of a friend's dashboard as we were driving home from Gruene, TX. My days honestly aren't that hectic, I'm just on productivity overload. I'm trying to switch gears too much and getting jammed somewhere along the way. By each afternoon, I'm ready to stop being productive and just go play. Luckily I was rescued last Tuesday by my friend Holly and we went to see a Cory Morrow acoustic set at Dosey Doe's in the Woodlands. It was quite fun.

There is a part of me that is really looking forward to starting physical therapy school. I'm going to get to work with a group of folks my age and work toward a profession that I am genuinely excited about. There is another part of me that is apprehensive about the transition. I've decided to commute from home to school each day which will make for a long day, but I'll also get to enjoy the comforts of home. So, to all my friends who sporadically check the blog, I will not be moving to Houston. I will remain a Conroe resident and I'll be making friends with the people on the Park and Ride bus.

This is all for now...hopefully more will come soon as I have really missed sharing.

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  • Blogger steph-a-ronie says so:
    June 29, 2008  

    Hey, hey you. (clap clap)

    A couple of questions:
    --is the parrot's name Gangrene?
    --with regards to anatomy, should everyone be able to touch their tounge to their nose?
    --if my radius and ulna were not the same size would I ever be able to gig'em?

    I love you! top