Wednesday, May 2, 2007

Shoes and falls

Dear Laura,

Fabulous shoes! They look moderately comfortable, too, which is a major bonus in my life.

I don't think I've shown you my shoes yet. They are the perfect blend of cute and comfy, and since my skirt has a radius of something like one metre, no one will see them anyways.

White eyelet Skechers. They're perfect. And did I mention comfy?!

Your sunset was so pretty that I had to take a pretty picture to send to you. We went hiking on Sunday for an hour, when I just couldn't study another minute. This shot is of Tews Falls, which is in the Dundas Valley Conservation Area, about a 20 minute drive from our house. It's such a gorgeous area - a section of the Bruce Trail, actually. I love going out there.

Sadly, things just aren't that green and lush yet, and the falls are so high (41 m) that it's impossible to get them in one shot. But you get the idea!

The nephew blanket is all knitted up, and now I just need to have a little seam-a-thon to finish it. I have a few hours to spend in the car next week, so my plan is to make Brad drive so that I can seam. I decided that a second blanket was a completely crazy idea, so instead I have started a Honeymoon Cami for myself, which I estimate will be 75% complete at the end of tomorrow's final review lecture, that's right, my last class of medical school. I find the thought that I am actually done med school utterly terrifying. The licensing exam (which I write on Monday, for 8 hours) is equally terrifying, but I am so looking forward to getting it over with that I'm actually excited about it.

You can say it. All this studying has gone to my head and made me a little loopy. I am actually looking forward to the biggest, scariest exam of my life. Because then the godforsaken studying will be OVER!!!! Hooray! Almost there!


1 comment:

lindiepindie said...

Those shoes DO look comfy. Are you getting married?? Or is it someone else's wedding? Ah - the honeymoon cami looks fun! Except for the scar on my tummy that ensures it will never see the light of day again. :o)

An 8-hour exam sounds horrible. I think my occupational therapy cert. exam was 4 hours and yuck, yuck, yuck, but happily everything sounded familiar. I'm sure the same will go for you. After than you'll be free! Yay!