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Mine is not letting myself make them.
There is something nice about not promoting every event you went to, friend you saw or every monumental life situation you had or witnessed on facebook. Instead, cherishing those things within keeps it closer to you, more symbolic and more treasured. At 22, I’m proud, confused or busy in a lot of things, but I am starting to learn how I like living my life rather than broadcasting all of it.
I just realized how big that stash is, but its because I like variety and don’t always drink often…?
I need a actual big enough box or entire shelf.
Outpatient Orthopedics was so laidback today! But I did get to see a bunch of things-there were ACL reconstructions, impingement, rotator cuff tears, ankle cartilage surgeries and even a transfemoral amputee.
I already think I can add alot to the patient interventions and a future inservice for the current therapists. No, I don’t think I’m Ghandi-but its nice to come fresh out of schooling and asked by one of the PTs to share your notes on Wound Care or know that an e-stim machine really should be pushed up in intensity to really qualify for NMES benefits.
1 glass of celebratory wine and now time for quizzo with friends. Okay, life just went up like 5 notches!
After finishing an 8-10am final…
I got a tour of a orthotist/prosthetist shop, spoke with four amputees and started research for my final project revolving around MS.
The day flew by (and now I have to study for another final) but I genuinely put myself into all of it and enjoyed every bit.
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