Tuesday, November 3, 2009

I HATE peaches (and Georgia!!)

So after flunking my first molec physio exam (a "C" is a flunking grade in grad school), I realized that I finally have a regular study schedule. GREAT! Now I only have to make A's on the next twp exams to get a "B" in the class, LOL!! Oh well, that's the way it goes................

I also made reservations for a family get together this Thanksgiving in southern Georgia, where my mother retired 5 years ago. And because SOMEONE always clowns at family gatherings, my sister and I decided to reserve a suite a local hotel. In other words, I'm NOT in the mood for any foolishness and I need to get some rest. And anyone reading my blog knows how much I despise the South and ALL that it represents so I'll have to suck it up later this month to enjoy my visit.

Other news in my life is that I have a facebook page (sorry I need to keep my private life private) and it's been a blast touching base with people from high school. I realized that for whatever reason, I've made few friends since high school, as in people I regularly keep in touch with and I'm not sure why. I do have a problem trusting people, so maybe that plays a role, but I guess I'm not that open to people especially as I get older.

Speaking of getting older, I've got so much silver in my hair (thanks to my Native American heritage) I finally had to get it professionally colored. In the meantime, I get a kick out of allowing people to think I'm in my early 30's and one person even asked to see my driver's license, LOL!!

Ok I'd better get to bed before I have bags under my eyes to go with my silver hair!


  1. Path,

    You're hardcore and a huge inspiration for all of us post-bacc students!

    Your blog is awesome...keep it up!

  2. Thanks Chris and thanks for reading!

  3. path, I always enjoy catching up with your blogs! Chris, I tried to leave you a comment but I think you have comments turned off. ;)


  4. Hey Kris, I always follow your blog too and I'm so glad you've found a way to stick with it!

  5. Kris who can't remember her google password. LOLNovember 17, 2009 at 9:15 AM

    You reach a certain age where it becomes really hard! I'm approaching 40 this year and it is tough for me to take this one day at a time. I wish I could fast forward and know what will happen, but I wouldn't want to miss out on everything inbetween!