Wednesday, January 27, 2010

i want wednesday

I want it to be April 30, 2010. I'll be done with classes. I'm already burned out on this semester and it's i'm only 3 weeks in. not good.

I want it to be June 2010...rumor has it that Verizon is getting the iPhone. I'm hoping by some good fortune I will be able to afford the service by then & begin my long-awaited love affair with the iPhone.

I want to win the Powerball that I am going in on with a bloggy-friend! We are playing twice in February "in honor" of our kids birthdays...hopefully that's the magic trick to winning.

I want to gain some self confidence in regards to my counseling skills. It's a bit scary doing this Practicum & the worst part is I have to tape my sessions & listen to them with my professor and fellow classmates. Ack!

I want a full Saturday, to myself, to do as I please, be it studying, shopping or watching a movie...without worry.

I want to feel at peace & not rushed on Sundays when I need take 3-4 hours to study at the local bookstore.

I want my dad to be ok. (he went to hospital today with super duper high blood pressure & has been having issues with it for a few weeks now)

6 comments:

Amy said...

I hope your dad is okay! And that if there's something wrong it's something that's easily controlled with blood pressure medication and some healthy eating.

K13 said...

Actually he has been on BP meds for quite some time and all of a sudden his meds aren't working, nor are the new meds they've put him on....he's in the ER as I type this.

Amy said...

Oh crap! I hope they figured out what was up and that he's resting at home now (saw some of your chat with your sister on FB).

Travel & Dive Girl said...

Good luck with the Powerball. I wish for the same thing on a weekly basis. The closest thing I got to a win was last week and a bid ole $20.

I hope your dad is okay - my thoughts are with you.

emilysuze said...

Hope your dad is able to get the help he needs to be feeling better soon.

Wenny Yap said...

Believe, know that it can be and it shall be. Have confidence that things will turn out the way you want.