Saturday, May 17, 2014

Saturday night

I enjoy walking dogs. I really do. Especially if it means i hit 10K steps at 11pm.

I also enjoy manicures and pedicures with massage chairs.

I did both this Saturday and it felt glorious. I also packed all of my textbooks and resource manuals for the upcoming move.

I enjoyed that too.

I think I enjoy change way too much. Tomorrow I have to focus on clothing and organization. I don't enjoy that at all, but I know there will be some that I will have to give to charity/goodwill. That I will enjoy. I'm in this weird limbo now. It's weird having no class/clinic to do for a month. It's weird living life at a slower pace than normal. I cooked pasta tonight and know that I should not eat pasta but enjoyed it immensely.

Weight watchers commences tomorrow. I'm back up at my pre-weightwatchers weight and I'm not happy about it.

Training for my 10K commences this week or next. I've been way too konked out on allergy and stomach medication to do it this month, but I know I must. July 4th I really am running the Peachtree road race for the first time ever and I am stoked.

I get to see Cameron May 30th and we are driving back to GA June 1.

I think I am taking a summer course called Alternative and Augmentative Communication starting June 8th and I get to witness Valerie and Luke tie the knot spiritually on July 19th.

It's going to be a full summer and I can't wait.

October proves to be another wedding month as well.

I continue to learn and grow. In all ways.

Stay tuned. I'm exhausted. :)

Wednesday, May 14, 2014

Journal notes from 10/1/2013

Keep calm and collect the data!
Keep calm and get the Language Sample!
Write down all the things!
Keep calm and cheer for the cowboys!
Keep calm and articulate!
Keep calm and count the words!
Keep calm and count the morphemes!

How do do fluency therapy:
Keep calm and stretch your words
Speak softly
Play with delayed speech
Cout dysfluencies!
Keep calm mentally curse your supervisor!

Read children's books
Up your word count
Make table

It looks like I have my work cut out for me

Because how can I be an A student and get a C in clinic. Advisors tell me to do a contestation form, which I've never done before, but I'm going to go with it because Professor X is a subjective grader that hates me from my clinic experience last semester.