Thursday, September 17, 2009

Wait....Another Post?? Whoa,...

I know! I'm like a mad woman here with another post within the same month and shit. I am a bit afraid, however, that this blog may turn into a bitch fest about whatever current instructor I have that likes to write notes on the board, turn around to discuss them and stand IN FRONT of said notes then get pissy because you didn't write them down. Hello!! MOVE! Gawd! He also misspells key medical terms and says bullshit like, "That's the British spelling." Jerkface. Medical terms are based on Latin and Greek. They are spelled the same around the world. Your dumb ass just can't spell. And another thing! He got mad at us for not knowing a disease he didn't cover with us. What?? He thought he covered it, but he didn't, and because we didn't know it he called US dumb. Seriously? Look Professor Fuckerpants, don't get mad at us because you come to class ill prepared and can't give us notes in any comprehensible order. But seriously y'all, I'll do my best not to let this turn into that sort of blog. Just let me know if I start failing, okay?

So I'm trying to decide between 2 posts because they sort of tie into each other but doing both stories at once would make for a hella long post. The question is, would you guys rather hear about the Canada trip? OR Do you wanna know the low down, nitty gritty on Cory? Yeah, there's a guy. He's my best friend. Has been for a few years now. He's crafty, y'all. He's tried knitting and crochet, cross stitch, quilting and does woodworking. CRAFTY. He designs things. I knit him a hat and crocheted a scarf for his birthday and he got a little teary eyed because I MADE him something instead of just going and buying something. Yeah, he's a keeper. But enough on him for now or this will just turn into the Cory post, and I have to go study for 2 tests today. After next week I learn how to give shots. I'm gonna be sticking needles into people. *SQUEEEEEEEEE!!!* I'm such a dork.

P.S. Thanks to all of you that commented and/or sent emails. Knowing that you care helps heal scars. It may not seem like much but for people who have gone through depression, knowing they were missed and receiving a kind word means the world. I've missed you guys.

10 comments:

Cookie said...

Blog about whatever you want, honey. It's your blog.

Btw, I knew there was a man. Did Cory go to Canada? If not, we need to hear about Cory first. I'm just sayin'...

xo

Anonymous said...

Cory first and then Canada. Oh we are so glad to have you back. Alida South Africa

Tina said...

I agree -0 Cory then Canada. Seems like you're eager to talk about Cory anyway. :)

janna said...

I don't care which one you tell us about first - just be sure to tell us! Oh -- and you know that there ARE British spellings for some medial words, right? They add an extra vowel -- paediatrics, orthopaedics, etc.

Cath said...

Hello, Stalker Angie! I just read Ryan's blog--the only sensible way, start to finish, right? took me nearly a month!--and yanno what, I missed you when you stopped commenting. I'm sorry it was for such a difficult reason, and I'm wishing you well---especially since, like you, I'm a crocheter! *grin*

You should see me trying to figure out socks, lol... OY... it's a trip!

Hope this weekend is good to you! And may you always be able to see the board. :D

Cath

Norma said...

Fuck Canada. Or Cory. But tell us about Cory. Hahahaa.

I hate to break it to you, but the British DO spell a lot of medical terms "wrong." As usual, they stick in a lot of O's where we don't, for example. Like hysteroectomy (I'm kidding on that one, but .... )

Brenda said...

Wow. Ryan just gave a shout out to you on her blog. I'm glad you're back in all your stalkerness.

Otter said...

Wow, welcome back from the brink. I just saw on Ryan's blog that you were back. I, too wanna hear about Cory 1st, (sounds more interesting :-) )
Hang in there!

Carol said...

Welcome back! Having dealt with depression myself, I now will say that it's currently on hiatus; never claim to be over it. Seems to keep the sucker at bay. And I am SO very, very glad to see/read that about your adventures.

I'm game to read which ever story you decide to tell, whenever you decide to tell it.

Again, welcome back!

Joan In Reno said...

So glad you are back and working on having a (happy) life.