I can't believe we are well into July. It seems like when 4th of July is over the Summer days begin to fly by and all of a sudden everyone is back into school mode. However being the single lady that I am and being well into my summer reading program (of which I can't seem to get enough time in my days to read all of the books that are piling up on my library chair) and the fact that I live in Phoenix where we have Summer temperatures well into October, I feel like my Summer is coasting along rather well.
Speaking of bathing suits, Monday I worked 9-5 and then headed over to our clinic directors home for her annual 4th of July party, where I spent most of it with a drink in my hand and in the pool. Her pool is awesome as it has this large area where you can "lay out" and be in the water. Hope that makes sense. I've never seen anything like it, but if I ever design a pool, I'll for sure use that design. I only stayed a few hours, because I like to watch the fireworks on TV from Boston and NYC. I know boring, but it's my tradition, since I think I've worked nearly every 4th of July of my life.
I've worked every day this week and it has been crazy busy. I've had patients in atrial flutter, having heart attacks, blood clots, lacerations, broken bones, and hand foot and mouth to name a few. I'm on the count down again, 5 more shifts before I go home for another round of the dreaded chemo, which I'm really hoping and begging the Lord that it is shrinking those blasted tumors. But I'm really excited that I only have 8 more days until I get to see HM. He's definitely one of a kind.