Stats are in, drama is out? Or not…lol

Ok…I checked my stats and I was like…I'm getting more page views/hits…I think I'll hit around 6,000 page views this month for first time…and I don't need all my new readers to think I'm all Miss Em/o/ccupational therapy student…I swear I'm not normally this angsty…just having a rough few days. Or week. Or Month. But who is counting? LOL

Seriously…I love OT with a massive massive massive passion, LOVE what OT is all about…love sharing my journey in OT school and fieldwork….but I'm not being sponsored or paid by AOTA or anything else…it's solely my own life and my own passion fueling it…so I am allowed to be angsty at times as it's my personal journey and we all have some days/weeks/months that are harder than others!. But I don't want to scare anyone away either. There are a TON of OT blogs out there, many of which are on my sidebar and none of them are as dramatic as me, in case you prefer less drama…lol. But unless someone sponsors my blog, the drama stays in! And most of the OT drama is Internet-based, not real life!

I don't have to be at work tomorrow until 2:30pm (to make up for the Friday of Hellishness) so I can get my left brake light fixed – only by the grace of god have I managed to go a week of driving 100+ miles most days without getting pulled over by a Missisippi cop – and maybe I can get some work done on my articles…my blog goal for tomorrow is to A) back off and not be so dramatic, and B) write up the low vision stuff before it fades enough away that I can't decipher my notes.

Also want to discuss my midterm eval (two weeks late so done at 8 weeks instead of 6 weeks so really more like my 2/3rds eval although she tried to score it at what I was doing two weeks ago), plus some of the treatment ideas from today. 🙂 Like drawing a fence (a bunch of vertical lines then horizontal lines across a piece of paper)  to keep Mr. Spider out, is a surprisingly popular pre-writing activity…and textured puzzle-matching for a blind child…etc. Tomorrow. When I'm less sensitive.

Aug 21, 2008 | Category: Occupational Therapy | Comments: 1