moving on

October 9, 2008

it feels weird to be just moving on with things, but i guess this is just how it works. i still have thoughts of my grandfather, but dutifully go about my daily business. i don’t know if this is the normal or right way to be — luckily for me, this is the first time someone i have known well has passed away. but it feels okay. josh and i will be headed down to florida for the funeral on sunday.

i really did live up to my promise and worked quite hard yesterday, not finishing with clinic until 6:30 pm. i had a cute group of clinic kids — lots of 3-5 year olds and not just babies, which is refreshing because often it’s just ‘newborn, newborn, 4-month old, etc’ and that can get boring. i think kindergarten-aged kids are my favorite. they are cute, interesting, hilariously blunt, and they (usually) are no longer deathly afraid of the dreaded otoscope.


cooking: in an attempt to have a cozy dinner at home with josh, i made this delicious-sounding seafood risotto from this month’s cooking light. unfortunately someone apparently needed surgery during dinnertime (and um, past my bedtime) so i ended up enjoying it alone, but it was still good.

running: 6.25 mile very easy-paced hilly run before work yesterday with s., the best running partner one could ask for. we ran our mouths the entire way.


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