That, my friends, means difficulty swallowing in the language of speech pathology. And it is what my roommates and I will be up all night studying. Swallowing. It's just as interesting as it sounds. Isn't Sunday supposed to be a day of rest? And did I mention that it is thundering and lightening outside? And I have clean, straight-from-the-dryer sheets on my bed? Staying motivated and resisting the urge to snuggle under my covers and watch a movie is going to be quite the challenge. Wish us luck!
Keeley was not amused with my mid-study blogging...
Though I’ve often been the type to get lost day dreaming about “someday” I am finding more and more that what is important is right now. After spending four amazing years at a fratastic ACC school, I moved to Nashville, TN to pursue my masters degree in Speech-Language Pathology. And though I adored Music City, the real world was calling me to DC for my first grown-up job so my sweet puppy and I recently made the move to our new home in the district! Though at times embarrassing and only moderately entertaining, this is a little window into my world.