I have heard thy prayer, I have seen thy tears, behold I will heal thee.
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Monday, February 2, 2009

Sad the weekends over!

Oh how I wish the weekend wasn't over!! Bryan is back to work and I am left alone again all day! But it is beautiful outside and should get into the low 80's this week so I will do some more swimming.
I am feeling much better- my cough is subsiding and my sore throat is gone. I am in desperate need of a micro spirometer that I am going to try to get this week.

So Bryan is done with his first clinic!! He got a 100% on his final and ended up #1 in the class with a grade point average of 99.8% Pretty amazing considering he is working 45 hours a week on top of having school every night!

My cousin Leah came and visited me last night! She lives about 35 minutes away. It was nice to have someone to talk to and have some family! She is in her last semester of school and will be starting her student teaching! She looks great and I hope to be able to spend more time with her!

Well Happy Groundhog Day! This time last year we went to puxautany (probably spelled wrong) to see the groundhog in person......It was cold and I am glad I am here this year!

1 comment:

EW said...

Bryan didn't tell me about that when I talked with him on Saturday. Share our congrats with him!

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