Today I shall be witty, charming and elegant...

Or maybe I'll say "Um" a lot and trip over things.

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What's New? I'll tell you...
The time has come for me to move on. And by move on I mean move out of my parents house. I am moving today. I will be living in Bremerton, WA and starting school at Olympic College. My apartment is awesome, a little small, but perfect for one person. It's a little expensive, but i get a view of the water out my living room and kitchen windows. Next thing on my list is to find a part time job that will hopefully pay for my new life. I am excited and nervous about this transition. I've never really lived on my own before. Especially not 50 miles away from my family and friends here in PT. But I will survive, I probably won't be online much until I decide whether I need internet in my apartment, so don't worry if I just drop off the face of the internet world for a while.
School will be fantastic, I hope. I'm going into Medical Receptionist training. I get to learn everything you'd ever want to know about Medical Terminaology and computers. I have at least two classes everyday. A total of 4 classes a week. It will be fun and I will be very busy. I am also thinking of after this year is done and I have my certificate of taking an extra couple quarters and add Phlebotomy to my list of jobs I could get. For those who don't know, Phlebotomy is the art of taking blood samples and doing awesome stuff with them in the lab. I always said I was a vampire... whose laughing now? 
Anyway, my life is looking up. I'm so happy I can barely breathe. I'm so exicted no one can get a word in edgewise. I love you all and hopefully *fingers crossed* I'll get intenet soon.

btw, if anyone wants my new address; email me.

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What a great adventure!

Have a wonderful time in school and in your new apartment. I just read a book that I think you would really love. A Homemade Life by Molly Wizenberg. She also writes a great blog, Orangette. (She loves to cook, eat, and write!) With your new address, you can get a library card from the Kitsap Regional Library. I know they have a branch in Bremerton. Take care and stay in touch.

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