First, the thing I sprained or caused whatever it is that’s bothering me, is my shoulder. I woke up this morning because it was bothering me, well not bothering, it hurt! It was swollen today too. Continue reading “My shoulder- Day 3”
When you have a metal plate (at least I think that’s what it is, please correct me if I’m wrong) in your arm, you think you’re invincible. That makes you kind of a robot and it wont hurt because part of my arm is not bone, right? Continue reading “My shoulder… or elbow? IDK, my arm”
I got the permission slip for my professor to sign, allowing me to record the class. I thought that was it, after she signed it I would be able to record the class; maybe she would say I needed the rest of the student’s signatures too, but they’re all very nice, I think they would have signed. Continue reading “What happened to my rights?”
I have a pretty cool epilepsy t-shirt, but I saw this today
shared by Wearing Purple for my Love, on Facebook and I thought it was just awesome. I think these epilepsy t-shirts help show that epilepsy is nothing to mess with, but if we’re strong, we can beat it.
I think the force can help us beat epilepsy. We all have to be strong and brave.
May the force be with all of you!
This morning we went for a walk on the new promenade outside old San Juan (Paseo de Puerta de Tierra) I could do the assignment I found out about on Friday. Continue reading “Paseo de Puerta de Tierra (Puerta de Tierra Promenade)”
I have been doing my best to keep up with the class I’m taking, and I think it’s going pretty well, except for when the professor starts throwing homework assignments at the end of class. It’s one, then quickly comes the other one and another one. By the time she’s done I missed one or two, but I don’t find out about it until I get to class or the day before class. Continue reading “I requested and was promised accommodations, why can’t I get them?”
So here I am, looking for a job again. I’m not unemployed yet, but my boss told me last week that my internship will come to an end soon. I’m still not sure when it ends exactly, but I don’t want to go back into the world without a job after having one for 8 months. Continue reading “Job hunting again”
I was raised in a family of strong women, working women when women’s jobs were to stay home and raise the kids. My grandma is a civil engineer, only a few other women studied engineering with her in the 50’s. Continue reading “Let’s show them who’s boss”
It’s official, one more month seizure free!! And now it’s exactly one year and a half seizure free!! That means I only have six months left until my fist two years seizure free are done, the first two out of hopefully many more. Continue reading “A year and a half! Can you believe it?”
So now there’s these people dressing up as clowns, as in clowns weren’t scary and creepy enough already. They should stay where they belong, the circus, that way if you don’t like them or have a life long fear of the scary man with a white face giving children balloons, you don’t have to see them. Continue reading “Clowns are not funny”