After Edda’s asleep, Vince will come into our room, crawl into our bed and we’ll watch this dude’s corgi videos. He usually posts once a week and so now we watch them together. The “host” is a funny guy – we enjoy it a lot.
I did pretty poorly on this last exam today – a C! And kind of a low one at that. It’s a bit of a shame that I let it go that way, but there were so many other things to do this weekend besides studying. Like – camping, orienteering, afternoon slacklining and birthday party, evening family Sunday night dinner and then Edda’s bath/shower – you know, regular living. As soon as I clicked “Done!” on the computer test and saw what I got, I kind of laughed and said – yeah, that’s worth the amount I studied. I’m thisclose to being done. A poster presentation and one more shift at the hospital. And then… I applied for only one job. Many of the kiddos (and they are all kidddos – mostly) around me have excitedly committed to jobs this summer. It is true, your nurse is young enough to be your child. The doctors also not that much older.