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Happy Holidays!

I hope that you’re having a wonderful holiday and that you’re surrounded by loved ones. It’s been quite a long year and I’ve never been busier in my entire life, but I’ve never had more to be grateful for.

Thank you to everyone that follows my blog, writes me emails, and leaves me comments. I love writing, especially when I know that I’m helping people, so thank you for making that possible. I want this blog to be the story of my process to becoming a physical therapist, but I also am so thankful that I am able to help you out along the way.

I haven’t updated the blog in a while, so I’ll write a little bit tonight. Our last week of class was pretty nice in that we only had class on Monday and  Friday with practicals and TA duties in between, which left a lot of time for studying and having fun. On that Wednesday, a group of us got dinner at Tall Tales and then went to Winterfest of Lights in Ocean City.

It was only $5 and pretty fun, although you could definitely tell it was more for little kids. We’re glad that there weren’t too many people on the train on a Wednesday evening, because we were definitely loud (especially when I saw the dinosaurs).

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I put up Christmas lights inside my house this year, just to give me some extra cheer while studying. I made a Christmas tree and a dinosaur, and I couldn’t have been happier with how it turned out!

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I’ve got to get back to drinking wine and baking cookies. Enjoy your holidays!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

What do you like to do on the holidays? Share in the comments!

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1 Comments

  1. JESS @PT CONTENDER

    You’ve helped me a ton, Katie! So glad I came across your blog :)) thanks for all the advice & guidance this year! And I love your festive indoor dinosaur!