I guess I should. I'm on trimester break right now. I go back to school to start Tri-6 a week from today. I'm excited. I get to take a Rehab and Physical medicine class, X-ray positioning and internal diagnosis. Good times. In January I start in the student clinic where I get to see and treat students and teachers and their families on campus. Next April I'll be in the out patient clinic where anyone from the Greater Houston area and beyond can come and have been cure all of their ills. I'll be certified to do acupuncture at the end of September. Cool stuff there. I'm having a good old time. However, I did find out that when I start in the outpatient clinic, I don't get trimester breaks anymore. I work for them until I complete my credits or graduate, whichever comes first. That kinda stinks. I appreciate the 3 weeks off that I get every 4 months. But oh well. I'll be doing what I enjoy. Along those lines, does anyone know how I can create a free and easily made website for myself. If you do, lemme know.
Also, if anyone has any good ways I can get my name out there to complete my adjusting credits quickly, I'd love the ideas. If you'd like to know what I can offer, just ask. I'm on facebook, too. After I graduate, I intend to practice somewhere in the North Austin area, perhaps Roundrock or Georgetown. Maybe Burnet or Marble Falls, but all this is still a little far away to really know.
Sarah and I are still having fun together with Amigo. We're a happy family right now.
I'm out of things to write about, so I'll go for now. Talk at y'all later.
Yippee. I have so much to do, but my brain is seriously in information overload. It actually hurts. I think it's time for bed, so nevermind, you don't get a wonderful post.
How about a shout out? Hello to my wife
. Hello to my family. Hello to my friends. Hello to random strangers reading my blog.
Well, it's been since January, I guess I should update. I've been a little more active on Facebook, so I guess I should give Pleo the same devotion. Nothing has really changed in our
situation. Sarah's still working. She was pretty stressed, but now the roughest part is over. I have a three day weekend with tomorrow off (thank you board exams), and there is a cool looking seminar for chiropractic in Austin, so...Sarah and I are heading out of town. This afternoon, I will pack up the dog, the fish, and Sarah's dufflebag of shoes, and we'll leave.
Although, a downfall, this weekend is supposed to be rainy and disgusting. Oh well, I'll be in a hotel ballroom all weekend. School itself is still stressful. I have a test today on pathologies of the heart. I've got one of those, so I think I'll do OK. Or I will have a myocardial infarction with coagulative necrosis during the test...we'll see.
Well, I should go. Talk to you later.
Dr. Lance Richardson, future D.C. and accupuncturist
I'm lazy and don't feel like giving a full update right now. But I'm taking cool classes. Nutrition, more adjusting, pathology, Public Health, and Upper Extremity Biomechanics. Woohoo fun, but lots of work.
Cooler than that, I had my first acupuncture class today. Yes, yours truly is learning how to turn everyone into pin cushions. I think I'm going to enjoy it. I've already helped Sarah by performing acupressure. She didn't believe me at first. So, while I was holding a point, she kept staring at me as if I was joking with her. It was funny...or very humerus.
Well, I'm done. Bye.
But I don't do tags.
However, I will delight everyone with a new post. Although, it will be short. I'm supposed to be studying for Neuroanatomy Lab.
In case y'all haven't noticed, Lauren
is doing awfully well with what has happened. I give her lots of extra bonus points for it. Frankly, it is still bothing me, but what can be done about it. I'm just trying to get back into school stuff. I missed three days of school last week while I was in Joliet.
Regardless of how much I am having to make up, I'm enjoying my classes. Pathology is probably my favorite. The teacher, although he has a deep Egyptian accent and he adds-uh and "uh"-uh on-uh almost-uh every other-uh word-uh, is still able to teach well. He reminds us of the normal anatomy or physiology of a certain organ, and then explains to us how the disease changes the structure and thus the function of said organ. It's quite enjoyable.
I also gave my first adjustment to a classmate on monday and had my first cavitation. That's a fancy word for a pop. The adjustment was successful. Well, I should be getting back to studying. Talk to y'all sometime in the distant future.