Oh my little blog, how I have missed you. I am a very strange gal. You probably already knew that. I have had (another!!) cold for the past few days and with the coughing and sniffling and cold meds, I’ve been a little whacked out. One would think that with me having absolutely nothing to do all day long, I’d be mad blogging every day. But it turns out to be quite the opposite. I seem to blog MORE when I am super busy, and less so when I’m bored. Perhaps it’s because I really don’t have much to say. And yes, that’s the case right now.
So, today has been very nice. I went for a long run in the park with my doggies and then came home to find my diploma in the mail! Okay, don’t get too excited…it’s not the REAL one, it’s just a certified copy (I needed it for my residency program…and yes, for those of you detail oriented folks, I graduated with a very high GPA…summa cum laude…aka “with highest honors”). But my real one is in the mail, and according to the USPS website, it should be here tomorrow! I feel like I keep giving you all “almost” photos…me in my graduation garb, but not at graduation…a photo of my diploma, but not the real one. Anyway, the “real” photos are soon to follow. I promise.
After my run I made a smoothie and then took a bubble bath. I then packed up my picnic gear and headed again to the park, and again with my doggies. I basked in the sun (for probably too long) in my bikini and finished the book I’ve been reading (more on that soon) about a doctor’s experiences in her medicine residency.
None of this is very exciting, and I realize that. But I honestly I just don’t have anything else cooler to share with you, world!
In other news, I’ve been trying to come up with fun and creative ways to make money (I am 100% broke), but have so far only managed to make a meager amount. It’s amazing how unemployable I am. I’m overqualified for most things, and underqualified for most things. How lusciously and cruelly ironic! If anyone out there has any recommendations on how to make one million dollars (or $100) in one month’s time, I’d love to hear them!