After the cookies were completed we donned our snow suits and headed out for some play time. There was not quite enough snow for a snowman or snow car, but plenty for tasting, tossing, and making lots and lots of footprints.
I often say we try to keep things simple around here. It's true. Simple fun such as this makes us all smile and is a much welcome break from school work.
This week promises to be a busy, hectic one. I have my last standardized patient exam, my oral defense exam, and 36 clinical hours at the urgent care clinic planned - I just turned in the two papers that are due also.
Here's hoping my sore throat is better soon. This is NOT the week to be sick. After this week, life should get a whole lot easier. As I've told T Rex Dad, after then I no longer have permission to act like a Gorn (bonus points for anyone who gets the reference without use of Google). By the way, T Rex does an incredible impression of a Gorn. I may just have to post a video on his blog at some point.
Thanks for hanging in there with us. It nice to know you are on our side and offering kind words of support. These were especially meaningful words posted last week and very comforting after a 71 hour work week:
Your daughter's anger with you left me hurting on your behalf. Rest assured, as she grows and better understands the gifts you received during this education process, she will undoubtedly forgive you for your absence on your long days at the clinic. You will be her hero for being able to help others in need.