Hello again, friends and followers! The month of February was a whirlwind of work, work and more work. And when I’m not working, I’m spending time with my family. But I’m starting to find a little bit of a balance and I’ve got some things to share. So let’s just get to it!
Game: The husband and I got new PS Vitas with our tax return (after paying bills and buying a ton of clothes, shoes and other stuff for the kids, of course), and with that I’ve discovered a few new games. AND we got a home computer that actually works for more than checking emails and word processing. So I have a whole world of games that have opened up to me. When I get the chance to play more, I’ll post about a favorite.
TV Show: Friends. I know its an oldie, but with it recently being added to Netflix in its entirety, I’ve been watching it again. When it aired I didn’t watch all the episodes. But so far I haven’t seen any on Netflix that I haven’t already seen in syndication.
YouTuber: Markiplier. He mostly just posts game letsplays, but there are quite a few comedy videos too. He’s got a voice that will at times grate on your nerves, but he’s not afraid to make a fool of himself for his followers’ amusement. I recommend watching his pole-dancing videos, and “Google In Real Life.” The kids adore his humor and letsplays as well. But let the kids watch after you screen, because some of the videos aren’t necessarily kid-friendly.
Music: Imagine Dragons has been a band I’ve liked for a while, but I’ve been listening to them a little more lately. I just don’t get tired of their songs, it seems. If you haven’t heard them, you’ve probly been living under a rock. But just in case, check out their style by clicking on their name, above.
Interest: Work, work and more work (as previously stated). Working side by side with the DVM has become more and more educational, and I am feeling more confident in my work. I really enjoy helping animals, and getting to know the people who own them. I wanted to be a Veterinarian from the time I was 9 years old, and I let it go when I had kids because it would have been too demanding of my time. However, I feel being a Veterinary Assistant is the perfect balance. I get to work with animals and learn about how to care for them, and I get to give my family the attention they need and deserve as well. It still doesn’t even feel like work to me most day. I am really enjoying this new chapter in my life!