I had a really great vision when I applied for the radiography program that I'd get to wear these really cute scrubs, and prance around being comfortable and demanding respect. I was obviously thrilled that I got into the program, but I was almost just as excited about getting to wear scrubs. Weird, I know. I waited anxiously for 4 weeks until my uniforms came in. So, you can imagine my disappointment when, after savagely ripping into the package and slipping into my prize, I looked like one of those children dressed up in a doctor's outfit for an Olan Mills picture portrait.
Surrrre, the kids talked you into it...
Yeah, that's Will.
Photographer: "Oldest and youngest on top"
Mom? Drew? X-mas cards '09?
I tried to find a picture like I referenced, but then I stumbled upon this. website and I got carried away...
Okay, that's enough. I need to stop. Let's get back on track.
SO tonight I set out to alter my radiography uniform. The bottoms were basically the worst tapered-mom pants ever and the shirt was literally the shape of a royal blue potato sack. We weren't necessarily advised to alter them but... I was desperate. I have been having a few run-ins lately with people thinking I was apart of the babysitters club and I don't want to take any chances while working on real, live, people. I need to demand respect, I mean- even more than I already do.
I took Reagan to the doc today (we're switching doctor's because I despise the one he's had since we moved here) and the wall scale claims he's grown 2 inches since February! I'd believe it.
Sooooo I was thinking about the speech I'll be giving at Emily's reception next weekend and thought it'd be entertaining to see what YouTube had to offer... I know this video is kind of long and sort of gay in the beginning, but it gets REALLY good and stays kind of gay but even I was tearing up towards the end. It is so cute!
Full screen it for max effect-