Last night should have been great sleep. There’s no excuse for this. It shows me as awake, but I can assure you, if I was I was I was not aware I was. I’m guessing the second time was roommate let the boys out. I probably had a conversation and no clue what I said. Haha
Sometimes the simplest things can bring the greatest joys in life. Doing something for others has always been so rewarding for me. Not because I get some sort of benefit, like with being staff at Quakecon, but because SEEING something amazing happen, for others. Seeing someone gain great memories that they can share with their families, their friends. That is such a life long gift, life long pay back that I did something to make their lives better. THAT helps make me feel amazing.
How Today was Amazing
With that in mind, I did a case study interview tonight, clarifying I know I’m exceptionally lucky. Knowing others who have had it as long as I have, have already been driven to suicide. Knowing I’m still working 5 times longer than most who have it. And it was amazing.
I hope that with my words, with my knowledge the other medical students in her class will learn something so vital for the future pain siblings.
Been working in so many projects I haven’t taken much time for this site. But I’m starting to catch a hold of things and am scheduling time to do this as well.
Projects currently on going: Rcdom.org Share & Make Aware Classic performance
My InterX therapy (takes 1.5-2 hours a day.)
My new 40 hour a week IT job
My 30-4 hour a week IT job (setting up lifeline systems)
My 2-10 hour a week sales rep job (for HP)
So one could argue I’m over doing it. But I LOVE working. I’m never bored this way.