Lost another this morning, a total surprise. That’s got to be at least the 5th person in a year, plus a several others that weren’t on my service in particular. Welcome to geriatrics.
On another work related note, the other day my boss pulled be aside and straight up asked me if I would ever consider being a DOR (director of rehab aka HER). I just stared at her and said “that sounds really scary.” and she replied that in 3-4 years she’ll likely retire (noooooooooo…) and that I should think about it. So me being me I freaked and texted my mother later, whom I’ll have you know is one of my mentors in this PT world, I’m not just a sissy (though I secretly am). She was a DOR for quite a while in her day. Her response? “At 21 that would be scary but go for it! Start the training!” Being a DOR is one of the last things I’d want, honestly. It’s mostly administrative, it’s flippin hard and your patient case load is a grand total of 1-2 a day if you’re lucky. Plus, I’ve only been a PTA for a little over a year; I’m a BABY compared to others. But for a few seconds it was cool to daydream but that’s over.
So I finished watching Full Metal Alchemist: Brotherhood (and the original) last week and guess who’s started re-watching it again? Because if that’s not the best damn anime in existence then I don’t know what is.
My friend told me to watch it like 4 years ago and I didn’t listen. Whyyyyy didn’t I listen???
Pros of being out of school and a working profressional: binge watching is NBD. Yeeeees.
I think we’ve officially reached that annoying time in the year where it’s sweater weather in the morning, but by midday, if you wear a sweater, you die from heatstroke.