Sunday, February 3, 2008
So excited about OT Practice...yayyyyyyyyy
I try to write in this blog frequently, typically multiple times a day, because I get so many ideas I can't wait to share them. Some are stupid, some are enlightening, some are funny, some are completely random. I also put up pictures whenever I can. And the occasional video. I do a lot of rambling, but I also try to share the "glory" of OT.
Not to toot my own horn or anything (toot toot) but I think reading the blog archives could be helpful - I've written about many diverse topics over the last 6 months and have made over 400 posts now. Which is scary, even to me. But 99% of the time, I'm posting because of the excited ideas in my brain, so I guess, well, I have a lot of ideas. The things coming up in this geriatric-focused semester include a lot of Tai Chi research, therapeutic media groups aimed at elders, managing an OT department, and more fun. It's the most fun I've ever had in my life. Is it bad if I say I sometimes skim through the OT book and wish I could just memorize the entire book and go around and like help everyone in the world? I'm like Mother Theresa, only a lot more selfish and not intimately familar with leprosy and well, okay, I'm more your average grad student who has a passion for OT and I should be struck by lightning.
I'm including some pictures I borrowed off Facebook from a sweet girl, Abby, in the new MOT Class of 2010. They started this January and are currently taking gross anatomy (aptly named), and have spent a lot of time with skeletons lately. Gotta love it.
So...read up on archives, as unless I get wildly excited (90% probability though), I might not post again until Wednesday. Gotta get those midterms under my belt!