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Wednesday, April 2, 2014

Moving Up...I guess?





UPDATE: 
It's been a while since I posted...So here's an update. 



Bryan was offered a good job with a new Yamaha Shop back in  Norman, OKLAHOMA. YEP, you read that right...we are back in Oklahoma.  The move in was rough. After driving 2 days I was disappointed that the house we rented was not "move in ready" in fact it was dirty and lots of things had to be fixed while we were trying to move in. I pretty much had to clean the house top to bottom with the help of my friend Lisa Sims :)  I was shocked in the house condition considering our landlord is a real estate agent....

Once I got it cleaned up its a nice little (although well used and abused) house). It's a rental so what can I expect? 

Bryan is liking his job, he's busy getting things organized and put together at the shop. I started working very part time at Mills Body Shop again until I can get things sorted out with my nail tech license stuff. 

I found a pole fitness studio in town and I've started taking classes...it's fun and challenging. I am sore after each workout. :) I'm hopeful that this move will be a good thing. I really would like to see Bryan    Succeed here at the shop and eventually move into a management! Also I pray we are safe from tornados. lol 

I was supposed to go to UPMC in Pittsburgh this month for my annual follow up clinic but I had to cancel my appointments due to our unexpected move. I'm a little bummed since we had panned on going to NYC for a few days before my appointments. NYC is one of the places I've ALWAYS wanted to go to but never seem to get there. :(  Bryan's sister finished her medical internship in NYC recently and will be moving so unfortunately we missed seeing them there as well. Oh well, life goes on. 

Also don't forget April is National Organ Donation Awareness Month!! I'm planning on posting some very transplant related blog posts this month. :) stay tuned!! 

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