Leaves of strange

I’m not really sure what the title of this post means, but it for some reason sounded like it was good in my head. Then I wrote it and realized it’s a combination of things that don’t really mesh….I’m keeping it though.

The past week has been uber busy, but also fun. I had Monday off of work so I went to boxing, did some work around the house and tried for a really long time to go for a walk around the lake with Marisa through all of the thunderstorms. After waiting in the car for a while, then popping in on Rachel for a while we finally were able to lap Lake Pine! From Tuesday-Friday things went pretty normally- work is going great and I still feel pretty good about my switch. Saturday and Sunday I worked at Wellington amongst other things…like Saturday my dad came over and mowed my teeny weeny grass spots in the backyard and helped me dump sand on the patio to fill in the cracks (primo dad award). Of course Sunday was errands and Boxing between work shifts. Monday I went in for the 9-1 nurse shift at wellington and did my first dental (wooooo!) before Dr. Edwards retirement shindig. I had to be at the rehab clinic by 3 so I swung by home for a few to change and then scooted on in. This week is going to be a lot of work hours but for whatever reason I feel super excited about it. I like being able to learn new things and feel more on top of tasks every day. I think next week I’m going to talk to the Dr about vet tech programs for meself. If I can get that registration under my belt now then by the time the practice moves into the new building I’ll be able to get additional rehab certifications more easily. I also have an interview coming up at Mathnasium so that’s exciting, I might get to teach the childrens!

That’s all I have for now. Can you believe it’s September? NO. I’m sad thinking about the cold.


About Erin Goes Blah- I rant forever

Ever heard of Erin Go Brah? The horse obviously, not the saying! I'm him, in human form but slightly less successful and well known. Perhaps you've also heard of a man named William Shakespeare? In "A mid-summer nights dream" he says, "though she be but little, she is fierce" in reference to Hermia...I have a little bit of that in my mix too. I'm a 26-year-old big kid with occasional adult tendencies just trying to figure out my place in life. Chronically single and exhausted I am the keeper of two jobs and three pets. With approximately 2 hours of free time per day, ​I tend to use it relaxing- leading to much musings and wonderment. I plan on using this blog to reach out to others, and to my inner conscience to better understand my odd habits and talk myself out of them. I hope to bring attention to those in eating disorder recovery, by being open about my hardships and hurdles. I'm weird, silly and looking for someone to share the love with :)
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