He is an athletic trainer and handles sports injuries. I blacked out on this injury this summer. Was pretending I was was okay. Guess I wasn't. It is funny that he does not like chiropractors, but does simple manipulations and stretches. Our family doctor is big into manipulation, but I don't know which way is up after my doctor "manipulates" me.
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If I had either October Afternoon or wine, I would send them to you. I do have some vodka, rum and UV chocolate cake leftover from last weekend though.
Crud I thought I was going to have time to rearrange my scrappy space this weekend. Then I remembered DS is starting basketball, we need to get shoes, then I have a family dinner to go to with aunts, uncles, cousins (no little kids). I'll try to get something done on Sunday.
Workplace woes - it's interesting to watch others when someone new is hired and brings fresh ideas and makes some changes. I admit I don't always like it, but after the initial "oh my gosh, what are you doing? that's not the way we've always done it," I come to realize that new is sometimes better.
My co-worker, on the other hand, is not appreciating it and gets very defensive.
I should have stayed with my psychology education. I think I would have really enjoyed being a social psychologist like one of my professors.