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PeD’s

11 Apr


Greets!
So you may have been wondering where in the world have I been, I mean did I just up and abandon my blog because I was whisked away to some exotic island, or was I pursuing my dreams of being a world photographer for National Geographic? Well it’s none of the above, I’ve actually just been over worked and overly tired.
Time has flown by and I’ve just completed my hours for my externship this week! Woot Woot! I can now say that I’m well adjusted to scanning in the pits of despair (literally)! I’ve also started my Pediatric Echocardiography course (what was I thinking?). So I’ve not fully had the time to sit and reflect on my accomplishment of finishing adult echo. I’m too busy moving on to find out that children can be born with double arches, single ventricles and a host of other congenital anomalies too numerous and too clumsy to mention! It does frighten me. Even after we had our first test this weekend I got a perfect score, but I still feel the, “can I really do this?” doubts. I hate those doubts. Oh and then I’m also studying for my adult credentials. Man am I pooped! So now I’m in the pep myself up mode. So if you have any peppy ideas please shoot them my way. I can use all the help I can get!

Mucho Gras!

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