Sunday, August 31, 2008
And my COTA + a girl I did the plane crash simulation drill with, both invited me out last-minute Saturday night...the COTA to Beale Street with her friends, the plane crash girl to see if I would be helping with New Orleans paperwork of evacuees...but it was too late-minute because of my out of town friends. So a popular weekend!!!
Lester was quite popular as well....today I accosted a Petco employee to help me find some brothy wet food (he has so much trouble eating, licking the juices works best for him), plus a toothbrush, plus some dental treats etc...lol. With every sentence of explanation of my psycho cat her mouth dropped a little wider. AHAHAHAAHA. I'm trying to get his new laser toy to work as we speak.
I do still need to write up a few things, I'm feeling kinda too tired right now but we'll see.
Saturday, August 30, 2008
I stole this from my friend's StumbleUpon page, a sweet article written by a man who watched a mother and her son with severe disabilities, play at the pool. :)
IN ADDITION TO THIS I HAVE A JOB ALREADY AND A JOB I AM SOOO EXCITED ABOUT. WHAT A GREAT DAY!!!!
Friday, August 29, 2008
I felt like I was in undergrad again though since it was a relatively bizarre/tough read!
I don't know where the copy of the chapter came from....I have a box of stuff to go through by my bed and it was with some articles on mentoring...I was just going to read a little bit but it was beautifully written so I kept going. More later, I'm in a rush to get to work, but brought up some interesting points I want to share.
Lester snorfles HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII to his beloved fandom
Thursday, August 28, 2008
Tomorrow I need to be at OT's house at 915am...we have a home visit wayy down in rural Miss at 10am, the family with all the awesome butterflies...then we see our baby with bilateral hypolastic thumbs around noonish...YAY..she was adorable....haven't seen her since the eval.....i loooooooooooove baby work :) I mean baby play....lol
Then we head back to clinic and back by 2pmish and work on evals, plans of cares, mileage paperwork, billing grids, etc.
I also want to stop by UT to pick up a fieldwork manual, and a few other stops..
Weekend will be busy but fun with friends!! And I want to try and do the little paperwork I have left so that I can start focusing more on catching up on reading, artwork, etc :) Plus I should probably start getting ready for my next fieldwork with adults...reading up on stuff, practicing transfers and manual muscle testing, etc
National Student Conclave is coming up...I think in mid November.....which I can't afford this year so I am not going...but I am planning to try and go to TOTA (Tennessee OT Association) Conference near Dickson, TN, in late October..since it's only a few hours drive and I can probably stay with Nashville friends...it's a few days after I turn 26 years old OMG I'm so old :) A friend pointed out to me the other day "You're closer to 50 than...nothing". Gee thanks LOL.
I also am pondering attending the annual AOTA's Houston Conference in April...financially and somewhat chronologically I can't afford it, but if my New Zealand blogging mentor Merrolee goes, and/or if the class proposal that she and Natan and a few others spearheaded, gets approved for conference, then how can I resist?!!!!!! Who needs food or shelter anyway, I'd live in a cardboard box eating dry Ramen noodles if it meant getting to meet my Merro...:)
We'll see what happens....I love networking with OTs/OTAs so it's hard to stay home when I know I could be surrounded by them!!!
Sorry for the random rant, I got a postcard from TOTA in the mail about the upcoming conference, plus the COTA Charlene was discussing annual AOTA conference, so it's been a bumblebee in my ear or whatever that expression is.
Some Weekend goals:
Write up Low Vision
Write up final version of diversity as form of disability within Centennial Vision part of collaborative article
Work on Home-Adaptation Blogging Project with friend
Work on finalizing any evals or POCs that don't get done tomorrow afternoon
Work on beginning of autism brochure which is my "project" for this rotation
Work on closing office procedures for new clinic as asked by director, work on assembling clinic pics to get printed out to go on a bulletin board
Work on mileage for July/August (ack)
Work on catching up on peds reading
See friends a lot
Maybe hold babies
Stalk my precious lion kitty
Figure out that whole HTML/blog coding so peeps don't have to read so much
Seeing as how it is almost 2am, I better go to sleep!!
"Challenging Geriatric Behaviors" - by PESI Healthcare - Day-long workshop -
Knoxville TN on Weds Nov 12th
Nashville TN on Thurs Nov 13th
Memphis TN on Friday Nov 14th
It's $164..."new insights into the care of geriatric patient with challenging behaviors"....and listen to this alphabet soup...it's by a lady with these initials: PhD, APRN, BC, ANP, GNP
I'll be on my rehab rotation then, I wish I could take this course!! I bet they'd let me off, but I'm a poor student and don't want to pay the money, esp because I don't need the CEUs...just the insight. :)
Come (possibly) join me!!!!!
A new OT blog for us to benefit from, here is a paragraph bio excerpt:
a little background would be nice...I am 24 years old, a first year OT student (yeh class of 2010) for the entry level masters program in california. Maybe writting and watching olympics wasn't a good idea, totally distracted. Anyway, I graduated in Biopsychology last year, and took a year of before going back to school. that decision was due to many reason: money (mainly), nervousness, doubts.....Finally applied for MOT program and yeh got in. I really can't say that I'm an expert in occupational therapy, as I just learned about it last year; however, I can be sure that it is the profession for me becasue it combines all of my passions: biology, psychology, most importantly helping people. I mean come on what other field helps a person to do what they really really love. I really hadn't come across any other field that was so powerfull that it affects everything in a one's life....from getting up to performing ADL's and to doing things that one loves. I am really really exicited to start my program and learn about this great (sadly...not really familar to many) profession.
The reason I started blogging was to record my experiences about OT student. One day, I hope I can go back and look at my acheivements, failures (or as my inner self calls it unexpected achievements), life in general so I improve improve and improve....
Got a strained phone call at 1:35pmish asking me to come to a home visit that my OT was on...which is luckily around the corner from clinic...she had just gotten a phone call from the new OT they had hired, who decided she was too tired to come in today, on her first day of work (to the new clinic)!! NOT a good sign!!!!!!!! So she was frantically trying to figure out how to adjust schedule and was really disoriented and since it turned out I didn't have any kids scheduled until 3:30pm, it was okay for me to come do the home visit...she did her phone calls and supervised...so I swooped in and worked with the kid...we did shaving cream on a dry erase board which he loved but his mom has serious sensory issues and was like AUGH! LOL. Then he and I went outside for like 20 minutes (remember this is Southern heat, in August, so it was muggy and hot) and we ran around doing FREEZES...it was fun but I was like augh there goes the makeup I just put on. LOL.
Went back and my next kid was a 7 year old girl I hadn't worked with before...printed out her goals and they included frustration reduction, increasing self-esteem, and increasing body schematics...apparently at time of eval she couldn't do jumping jacks etc.
Honestly some of our hardest kids are our easiest kids - the ones who function pretty normally - it's hard to figure out to do with such smart kids! A lot easier when the child needs to work on EVERYTHING. :)
Well we broke up the session into two parts - first half we did painting - we did a painting of things that made her happy and she picked her mom as someone who makes her smile and laugh. :) Also her dad and a cat. I showed her Lester the Lion Kitty and her comment was "he looks like someone who has been tortured". LOL
She did NOT add her cousin (in the waiting room) to her list of things that make her happy because "we fight a lot" LOL. ...then we worked on a more abstract painting - based on a list of things she likes about herself...she needed a little assistance but overall did great...and we did just happy stuff of wiggles and wobbles and lines and dots and stuff like that for that painting...then I wrote in the items on her list once she was done painting. She was going to put it on her bedroom door and I told her she could add stuff in as she thinks of more stuff she likes about herself. She was SO sweet and calm and cute.
THEN we did an obstacle course through a tunnel, over a heavy bolster, on the trampoline, etc...and it turns out she could do jumping jacks just fine now....she started gymnastics recently and it's helped a lot...so...not sure what happens in cases like that where the goals are met asap...maybe time to discharge her already. (She was evaluated quite a while ago but because of Medicaid approvals etc it's often over a month before we can actually start seeing the kid)
THEN I saw a little girl with Down syndrome who is very mischievous and defiant most of the time...we started with the obstacle course I had set up earlier to get in some gross motor heavy work, then we worked on a tabletop activity of tracing her name, but I had her sit on a red wobble disk, and we turned off the lights and put on the fish machine, and played some music....she was a lot calmer with all this input and didn't once try to run out to her mom (her typical MO involves us fighting in the hallways), and we cut out stuff using manila envelopes instead of normal paper since it's thicker and therefore much easier to cut...we did some finger painting...and then she played with Bubba Bear....she was laughing hysterically at him, the most I've ever seen her laugh. I like that the bear will say things like "Are you doing anything important? And the kid is always like "yeah". She was actually quite calm for once and I liked hearing her laugh so much.
THEN I saw my child with low frustration tolerance and problems with self-expression, the one who can't tolerate toothpaste....he spent the first 15 minutes or so with me and a giant blue bolster, hitting it and kicking it from the trampoline, he was like "I got these moves from Kung Fu Panda"...
I'd let it fall over so that he'd have to pull it back up...lots of great heavy work for a sensory kid...then I pulled out the shaving cream to use on the mirror in that same room...he grimaced and wasn't thrilled, but he helped me smear it all over the mirror...then got into it and made a snail and SpongeBob with his fingers.....pretty big deal he touched it...and lucky him, we ended up going out to do bubbles with the COTA's kid and speech therapist's kid...with our bubble machine...and unfortunately the bubble machine was having a rough day so we pulled out normal bubbles...I took lots of pictures...and we were out there a long time because it was 3 kids who all need a lot of work on social skills...so it was great to have to practice taking turns etc. I am including a few that don't show the kids faces.
Overall today all my kids were more well-behaved and calmer than normal...I felt pretty good about our sessions, that the kids had gotten what they needed out of it, some sensory input etc.
Oh - most bizarre/funniest/neatest part of day - right at the end of day, the clinic director's mom hobbled in on a cane and sat down with us around 630pm as I was about to leave - and I grabbed my foam fencing swords and her eyes lit up - she stood up without her cane, took a sword from me, and started fencing me!! I was like whoah lady! Awesome! LOL! She was walking back and forth in fencing pose...the clinic director tried to introduce me to her step-dad and of course as I was distracted she poked me in the chest! It was one of those perfect "meaningful activity" things - I'm sure if I were like, yo, get up and walk without your cane, she'd have been like NOOOOOOOOOOOOO...but she saw the fencing swords and hopped up because it was symbolic of a meaningful past occupation. Blah blah blah. mOTivation.
Maybe I'll bring my foam swords on my next rotation, a rehab hospital, too! :)
PS: I'm so excited Lester the Lion Kitty (a bunch of new videos up on his blog) made it onto UglyOverload!! At UglyOverload, Lester joins the ranks of freakish spiders and fractal octopi, so it's quite an honor. :)
489 mostly OT-related pictures...neat to see 1.5 years of blog pictures in one big album...apparently Picasa/Google/Blogger are in cahoots...just discovered its existence tonight...
Wednesday, August 27, 2008
I think Richard Simmons and I should dance like ponies together...
FrenemyA (9:47:20 PM): I don't wanna do this
Karen (9:47:44 PM): we can do this together. you can do it. you are awesome. come on, pull up a kid. i bet you can finish a single kid in 10 minutes.
Karen (9:48:02 PM): when a task is too overwhelming to even start, break it down. we've done this before. Pick a kid. Let's do this
FrenemyA (9:59:29 PM): are you going to be on much longer
FrenemyA (9:59:47 PM): i would like to try and do 5 min per kid if I can stay focused.. Can you time me?
Karen (9:59:49 PM): yeah, if it will help you out i will be. i dont have to get up in morning
Karen (9:59:51 PM): yes of course
Karen (9:59:54 PM): let me grab my timer
FrenemyA (9:59:54 PM): start me
FrenemyA (9:59:56 PM): ok
Karen (10:00:39 PM): ok. i'm about to start you. do you have the first kid pulled up? and don't say IF you stay focused. you WILL stay focused
FrenemyA (10:00:57 PM): okie.. I have a kid pulled up!
Karen (10:01:06 PM): ok. ready get set GOOOOOOOOO
Karen (10:07:18 PM): time. ready to move on or want another 5
FrenemyA (10:07:28 PM): ugh.. need another 5 =( =(
Karen (10:07:38 PM): k no prob
Karen (10:07:39 PM): set
FrenemyA (10:08:19 PM): yeah
Karen (10:13:26 PM): ok time.
Karen (10:13:31 PM): ready to move on or are you wanting to finish this kid
FrenemyA (10:13:42 PM): I have moved on to the second kid..
Karen (10:13:55 PM): awesome, you timer rebel. i'm setting you a 10 min timer for second kid, that ok?
FrenemyA (10:14:06 PM): cool
Karen (10:14:10 PM): GO
Karen (10:19:31 PM): stop. More time, or next kid?
Karen (10:19:38 PM): whoah
Karen (10:19:39 PM): i lied
Karen (10:19:40 PM): that was 5 mins
Karen (10:19:44 PM): keep going
FrenemyA (10:19:46 PM): i was like crap
Karen (10:19:48 PM): ahahahhaa
Karen (10:19:50 PM): sorry go go go
FrenemyA (10:19:55 PM): i couldnt believe it was 10 min already
FrenemyA (10:19:58 PM): arghhahahahhahwa
FrenemyA (10:20:01 PM): jsdbfjkzxvbilsdfvbndvs
Karen (10:20:52 PM): ahahahahoafhoafhoeiheoihaohehai
Karen (10:20:54 PM): go go go go
Karen (10:26:18 PM): TIME. ready to move on?
Karen (10:26:22 PM): or want to finish second
FrenemyA (10:27:02 PM): okay.. fourth kid!!
FrenemyA (10:27:15 PM): ready?
Karen (10:28:23 PMWOW fourth kid. yeah ready GO
Karen (10:38:36 PM): TIME
Karen (10:38:42 PM): ready for fifth kid 10 mins? or?
FrenemyA (10:38:42 PM): k
FrenemyA (10:39:00 PM): I have finished everyone.. I am just going over their notes, making sure I hit all of the spots
Karen (10:39:04 PM): yayayayaayayayaya
Karen (10:39:08 PM): ok. 10 minute spot check. starting NOW
FrenemyA (10:44:46 PM): Okay, I've checked all of them and emailed them to her
Karen (10:44:51 PM): YAY!!!!
" House of Cards" - 1993 movie with Kathleen Turner/Tommy Lee Jones on a little girl who "develops" autistic-like tendencies after her father dies...and the mom butts heads with authority figures as she tries to figure out what is going on inside her daughter's brain. Pretty interesting. Some days I do think it's almost cruel to try and force a child with autism to be in "our" world". I dunno. Depends on the kid.I typically try to join their world instead of forcing them to join mine. They wanna spin in circles holding coins? I'll do it too.
They need an occupational therapist!!!!!!
I've seen this movie many times before...but haven't watched it in a long while...they did a great job of mimicking autistic tendencies and sharing some of the frustration the workers have in dealing with such children......in fact it oddly enough made me a little emotional this time...I guess because I more closely associate with the frustrations the parents/workers face in trying to reach out to this child...right now the child is throwing her blocks in anger, at a 2-way mirror. Been there done that yo! The blocks part, not the mirrors. LOL.
Speaking of autistic tendencies, is it weird my cat is sitting in a corner staring at the wall? His little tongue poking out like an oh so adorable gooseberry? I just received an IM confession......plus I hear my cat's youtube videos are famous at Methodist where one of my OT classmates is......lolol.
Okay I guess I did a Lester the Lion Kitty Hijack once again, but whatev...it was short. I can't help that I'm a proud mommy. Just be glad I don't have real kids. Moving on.
Today kinda sucked..on top of everything else I wasn't feeling very well....
Morning: My OT's kid got sick last minute, poor kid, and so I did a home visit with speech but we just didn't bill for the OT part since she had to go deal with her poor daughter. The little girl we saw (blind) was just laughing laughing laughing, LOL. That was fun. She rakes her little objects and lauggggghhhs...unless it's a noodle ball. Then she throws herself backwards in distress. We have been working on encouraging exploration by scattering toys around her close by so that as she scoots on her bottom she encounters things...we had the noodle ball by her foot (which we know she doesn't like) and when she brushed against it, she got so mad she just went BAM and flung her head back. I have quick reflexes so I caught the fall with my hand (and it was carpeted anyway) but that was another issue we are working on - her lack of protective response - she trusts the world too much.
Then we saw two really low level kids (brothers) with autism where there was just 100% no connection - more so than even most - very disheartening. A few times I could get some basic basic basic interaction with the child obsessed with letters but it was a hard, hard session. One of the two kids reached for something under the desk and I instinctively put my hand under the desk as well in case the kid came straight up (most of our kids lack basic safety awareness) and of course the kid came straight up - banged the CRAP out of my hand into the desk OW but at least he wasn't hurt.
Afternoon: Had four evals, 3 of which were chaotic. One little boy was so sweet (brought by a protective services worker which is a red flag of course) but was age appropriate - it was a bummer - because he would certainly benefit from some one-on-one sessions in the sense that ANY child, really, could benefit...but he didn't qualify. One of the little boys was like at a 50% delay, he just wanted to play with the ball and had no other skills...he kept on smashing into the wall and it didn't even faze him.
Then we all did paperwork. We left at 5:15 instead of 4:15pm. ...was driving home and got pulled over with my second-ever speeding ticket...I was very polite cuz I was TOTALLY speeding...but honestly was going flow of traffic, was not like weaving unsafely or anything. Anyway...he was kind. Could have been worse. He gave me 10 over when it was really 20 over.
Then my Internet wasn't working for several hours. Blah.
Tomorrow I can sleep in. I start at 130pm tomorrow...
Wish I felt better...cuz I need to work on some little projects...oh well.
By the way...today I was buzzing around watering planets (hahaha plants I mean), emptying trash, taking toys out to the car, dealing with folders etc, (The fourth eval kid was shy and had her entire family with her, my OT Christy started with her so I realized I should just back off and get other stuff done as there was already a speech therapist, OT, mom, dad, sibling, evaluated child, and early intervention coordinator present) and the clinic director said "You don't get stressed easily do you"...I was like ...well...I try to remember that it's a CHOICE to be stressed.....and so I try hard to not let myself get too stressed...but mostly the calmer and more efficient I look, the more stressed I am inside......I was a little overwhelmed by the chaos of the first few evaluations and I calm myself down/control my stress by being an ultra-efficient buzzy bee.
ANYWAY. Good night. Maybe I'll do the Low Vision notes tonight if nothing else.
Tuesday, August 26, 2008
Cheryl from http://otnotes.blogspot.com/ shares this REALLY GOOD POINT...
Sometimes the only thing standing between you and disaster is an experienced coworker. There's been a number of times when the rehab aide has taken a look at a patient and advised to lay off, or noticed diaphoresis early... she's probably stopped a lot of falls and other problems just from experience and observation skills. Mad props to her- and attention students- don't rule anybody out as a potential teacher. There are a lot times when your masters/doctorate degree doesn't mean a thing next to someone's experienced observations or practical skills they've developed over time. Make friends with these people, they will save you from being an idiot time an again.
Ok last bit of Lester news, www.uglyoverload (nemesis of cuteoverload.com which makes me barf because it's TOO cute), will probably be posting Lester soon!
Not sure what schedule is tomorrow since was gone today but I presume be at OT's house at 830....guessing we are spending day in rural Miss. :)
Classmate and I spoke on AIM tonight about a sensory integration powerpoint inservice she will be doing...I've promised to guide/assist a little in exchange for her doing the whole creative commons thing and letting me post the finished Powerpoint on YouTube :) We had chatted on phone earlier and she was not motivated at all to start it...I forced her to pull it up and type one thing into like 10 slides, just as a start...I'm hard-core when it comes to making people stop procrastinating, LOL. ....she wanted so bad to figure out design first and I was like...you have ten minutes. If you have no slide design by then, move on for now. I AM MEAN! Fixed a few big typos and deleted some extra-extra-extraneous, otherwise intact.
A good example of online social community, professionally (Well quasi professionally...)...collaborating online so we can both be doing other things at same time as talking...not even in same building, etc.
Karen (10:13:06 PM): …how is your powerpoint going
FrenemyA (10:13:19 PM): it looks kinda purty
Karen (10:13:30 PM): great did you do anything beside slide design? ;lol
FrenemyA (10:14:17 PM): I typed a couple of things.. trying to define tactile, vestibular, etc.. without taking direct definitions from the book
Karen (10:14:43 PM): watcha got so far
FrenemyA (10:14:59 PM): Tactile
Provides feedback primarily through the surface of the skin
Gives information about the texture, shape, and size
FrenemyA (10:19:18 PM): Our chapter in our peds book breaks si down into 4 categories
FrenemyA (10:19:57 PM): 1. sensory modulation problems 2. sensory discrimination and perception problems 3. vestibular-proprioceptive problems 4. praxis problems
Karen (10:21:30 PM): Do you want to do something similar with your powerpoint
Karen (10:21:35 PM): that would be an easy guide to follow
Karen (10:21:45 PM): how long is this
FrenemyA (10:22:05 PM): not too long.. I just wasn't sure if the language was too hard
Karen (10:22:27 PM): Use the expression but then way simplify it
Karen (10:23:09 PM): are you doing case-smith?
FrenemyA (10:23:37 PM): yeah
Karen (10:23:59 PM): how about Intro to Sensory Integration - mention how normal senses known but some of magic of OT is knowledge of lesser known Ayres 3 senses -
Karen (10:24:02 PM): define the three
Karen (10:24:10 PM): explain problems in sensory integration/processing can lead to behavioral issues
Karen (10:24:21 PM): and then go into 4 - parter of case-smith with dumbed down language
Karen (10:25:02 PM): lots of pictures, lots of examples, lots of treatment activities...stick to dealing with it and less of actual theory. if its for like all the teachers and peeps who arent into OT. ???? just suggestions, not commands lol
FrenemyA (10:26:18 PM): thanks.. sending you powerpoint so you can laugh.. check it out
Karen (10:31:05 PM): ok gimme a sec and i shall
FrenemyA (10:31:32 PM): sec=2 hours
Karen (10:31:47 PM): ahahahaha
Karen (10:31:49 PM): time warp baby
Karen (10:33:55 PM): um i dont have it
Karen (10:34:04 PM): so you did a crappy job of sending it
FrenemyA (10:34:05 PM): I emailed it to you
Karen (10:34:10 PM): well you sucked at emailing it to me
Karen (10:34:17 PM): email it dir to gmail see if that helps anyway
FrenemyA (10:34:38 PM): done
Karen (10:46:31 PM): looking at it now
Karen (10:47:40 PM): hey you've gotten pretty far already!
FrenemyA (10:47:56 PM): do you like my first senses slide
Karen (10:48:02 PM): yes i love it actually
Karen (10:48:23 PM): might do a slide right after 5 Normal with the "Three Lesser Known" slide, have like a single Ayres history slide
--------- Talk of SI, then mention of tomorrow, she had some big family stuff crop up tonight so wasn't feeling prepared for her peds group tomorrow.
Karen (10:50:36 PM): what is your group gonna be on, lets chat just rilly fast on it so you can go to bed without feeling totally unprepared
Karen (10:50:39 PM): lol
FrenemyA (10:51:02 PM): okay..let's see...
FrenemyA (10:51:48 PM): I have copies of 5 aliens that they can color.. then you cut the aliens in three slices.. face body and legs.. then you can trade body parts to make your own "cosmic combo"
FrenemyA (10:52:12 PM): I'm not really sure what that could cover.. yah know.. Is it about diversity, sharing??
Karen (10:52:51 PM): everybody's different but everyone is special
Karen (10:53:00 PM): diversity
Karen (10:53:18 PM): green face, blue body, purple legs.......pink face, whatev....
Karen (10:53:24 PM): let me send you a shel silverstein poem really quick to share with the kids (Ed Note – Poem was on We're all the same color when we turn off the Light)
FrenemyA (10:53:58 PM): okie =)
Karen (10:54:01 PM): ygm
FrenemyA (10:55:11 PM): THANK YOU!! I really like that poem! It's great!!!
Karen (10:56:39 PM): yayayaya
Karen (10:56:43 PM): me too, shel silverstein is AWESOME
FrenemyA (10:57:10 PM): I love "sarah cynthia silvia stout would not take the garbage out
FrenemyA (10:57:33 PM): I kind of want to do a group on manners sometime
Karen (10:59:25 PM): that would be a great one to do
Karen (10:59:27 PM): i dont know the sarah
FrenemyA (11:01:21 PM): ygm
Karen (11:02:46 PM): lol thats a great one
Karen (11:02:48 PM): never seen it before
Karen (11:02:50 PM): DEF do a manners group!
FrenemyA (11:03:02 PM): manners and chores prob
Karen (11:03:06 PM): yep
Karen (11:03:14 PM): hey do you care as always if i post some of this to blog re SI, groups, etc
Karen (11:03:16 PM): not all of it
FrenemyA (11:05:09 PM): I don't mind at all!!