Sunday, January 08, 2006

A New Planet

Just when you were beging to think I have fallen off the face of the Planet....wait a minute I have! I am looking at a whole new planet complete with new cycles and roles, yet I am feeling excited and a little nervous. I will be starting my prerequisites for the Physician Assistant program tomorrow, and have been very busy trying to start reading and get a hold of some information. I don't like going into appointments or classes unprepared. Having been out of school for six years I have to retrain my brain into reading and note taking and study methodology, etc. I read a study recently that said a woman who had given birth was actually smarter postpartum. Apparently the brain becomes more elastic and can better recall and understand information. I will let you know about that one, especially since I put the ice cream in the cabinet next to the bowls yesterday. Don't worry, I found it before it got too melty and refroze it. Hopefully there wont be too many ice crystals next time I serve it.
Over the next few weeks my posting may run a bit fewer and farther between, until I can figure out my schedule, AGAIN (therapies stay the same, we added a new nutritionist and have been so busy trying to get back into the swing of things after the holidays. Now with school, I'm going a little crazy). PLease bear with me while I make the adjustments and accomodations, I promise I will be back on the ball in no time.

6 comments:

Julana said...

How exciting that sounds. :-) I also read that study about mother's brains growing. You, and the other parents, will have a lot of depth and experience to bring to the class. And some of that information may come in useful at home, too.

Belovedlife said...

I hope I can remember what it was that I wanted to tell you..... ;)

Thanks! I am really hoping I can better interact with the physicians once I have more knowledge...perhaps they wont talk down to me then?

Tara Marie said...

Thinking about you as you travel on this new path......much success and happiness and you will find a perfect balance before long.

Lol....about the ice cream...I do that with the milk and cereal all the time.

barbara curtis said...

We have been seeing a lot of Physician's Assistants at the Urgent Care and ER. I have really loved every one I met - all have been mothers themselves and are very down-to-earth and understanding. You will be a great addition to the profession.

Kim Ayres said...

A new and exciting chapter of your life begins. I really wish you all the best with it!

RNP said...

I have been out of school for about a year now, I do miss it. I am so excited for you, and wish you the best in your new journey.