Monday, January 25, 2010
This is my new laptop! I have yet to plug it up and turn it on for reasons I don't know. But I have it and I'm excited! Isn't it pretty?
This weekend I stayed up for about 33 hours. It was not intentional it just happened. I woke up Saturday, did my chores, then got a phone call from the weekend job. They wanted to know if I could work 7p-7a that night. Since Pooka had an overnight "camp" I agreed. So worked and watched a million episodes of Bridezilla's. I got off at 7am then went home. I had to pick Pooka up by 10 and I knew if I went to sleep I'd be late, so I stayed up. I told myself that after I got back and got Pooka situated I'd take a nap. I picked her up, came home, then got a second wind!!!! UGH! I edited my last paper for module 1 (mod 2 starts next week), submitted it, called to make sure Snookums was ight, then went to bed! Do you know my supervisor and manager called me on Sunday asking if I could work 2 different houses? I kindly told them both no.
On of my email addy's got hacked by a spammer! They sent everyone in my contacts some bogus email with some stupid link for medication supplies or some crap like that! Ugh! People who create spam, viruses, trojans, spyware, and all that stupid stuff have no lives and should be shot in the stomach at point blank range so death would be slow and painful. Period.
Other than that it's the same ole same ole. I got another paper back and it was a 100% (Yeah baby!) This paper was for my gross anatomy professor. I can tell that she is more concerned with you knowing what you are talking about than grammar. I LOVE IT! Me receiving a 100% on a paper is rare for me. I am typically a 90's kinda girl. LOL!
Speaking of gross anatomy, I've been cutting on a human donor. Let me tell yah, that is some hard work! It is so easy to get blade happy and cut too deep into stuff you not supposed to! Don't think of me weird, but once you start dissecting and getting great views of body parts, it's hard to stop cutting! Big ups to surgeons on the real! They make that stuff look simple on TV! Me and my skinny team mates were working up a sweat! It's awesome and insane at the same time.
In my PsycheSocial class my professor has this rule where if a phone goes off in class she will answer it or read the text. Why has my phone gone off 3 times in class already! LOL! Today it was a text from Snookums saying that he loved me *Awwwwww* so it would have been all good if she read it. I always sit in the front of the class because I get distracted when I sit in the back and it forces me to stay awake cuz the professor is right there! LOL! But today I sat in the back and the ac or something was running so it is hard to hear the professor and vice versa. So my phone goes off while she is lecturing and the text alert ring tone is kinda lengthy. For a second nobody heard it. Then periodically a classmate would look back and I'd give them a "yeah it's my phone, shut up" look. By time the professor looked around and said "what is that?" my classmates acted like they didn't hear it! Big ups to my classmates! LOL!
Today we got our results for the Myers-Briggs personality tests we took. I am an ISFJ, Introvert, Sensing, Feeling, Judging. We got a nice sized packet of what all that means but I'll just type up my potential strengths and weaknesses....
Because ISFJs live so completely in the here and now, they sometimes don't "see the forest for the trees". They may not see options and possibilities that either don't exist at the present time, or are untested. They may feel overwhelmed when learning new and technical skills because they want to complete everything they do with meticulous care. They may avoid asking for help, not wanting to trouble anyone else. Not especially objective, they can make illogical decision based exclusively on the personal feelings. Because ISFJs are so concerned about others, they tend to put the needs of others above their own. This can result in them becoming overworked or over extended. They need to practice developing their assertiveness so they are not taken advantage of by less considerate people.
Quiet and serious, ISFJs are hard working and conscientious people. They tend to be down to earth and realistic, with great patience for detail. Painstakingly accurate, they have good memories for facts and details, especially those that have some personal reference. ISFJs want clear directions and explicit expectations. They have good common sense and tend to make conservative, thoughtful, and sensible decisions. ISFJs are patient, loyal, and caring people, interested in the concerns and feelings of others. Because they are quiet and modest people, they prefer to share their strong feelings and deep convictions only with those they know well. They are protective, loyal, and devoted friends and take great pride and satisfaction from the accomplishments of their friends and family. ISFJs have a strong work ethic and take all their commitments seriously.
Hmmmmmm, I say they like 90% correct if I do say so myself! LOL!