Monday, October 12, 2009

Activity Gap

Sort of like an “anion gap” but really different… And that made absolutely no sense.

Note my latest tweet – I feel as though I fell off of the face of the planet for a few days. Time has gone by really fast and I have been incredibly busy. And it continues; the pace of the A&P class has definitely picked up. There is a lot of material that I need to work my way through; it is mostly lab work that I need to catch up on, and I’m going to spend some time tomorrow going through my lab manual and cleaning up what’s in it so that I have it as done as I can. Aside from that we have another exam this coming Friday night so as to get the class on track.

I can hardly wait. I tanked the last one. All because I looked at a picture the wrong way. And I guarantee that won’t happen again.

I’m going to try to formulate an EMS-type post over the next day or two. Perhaps if I have a little bit of a clearer head I’ll be able to write more cohesively. But right now, I simply can’t. I’m having enough trouble formulating sentences much less talking about anything intelligently.

Right now, I just can’t do it. But I’ll try again within the next couple of days if not sooner.

2 comments:

Karen Brook Westhaver said...

You do SO much great stuff, (the writing's always good, too...I also mean every other nifty thing thing you do.) Only had dial up on vacation and haven't written a darn thing since August except the article I write each month. We all pass in an out of the "twilight" zone. Thankfully, you always end up on the other side in the same fabulous shape you are when you enter. Bravo, Walt!

Susie Hemingway said...

It seems to me you do SO much. You work very hard and then to be studying also, my goodness a heavy load indeed. I enjoy your writing very much.

I also find it difficult to keep-up. Caring for H is my first thought of the day of course, drugs,keeping up with the orders of those is such a task,hospital appointments, caring for all of his needs. I must keep on top of all this. I am also this year, writing/directing the Village Nativity Journey with all the scenes and scripts and still trying to finalise the last bits on my poetry anthology but not enough time to cover everything.

Still Walt unlike you, I do not go to work, I cannot imagine trying to study at the end of MY day. I certainly don't know how you do it, I admire this greatly, you're doing a brilliant job!