Monday, April 30, 2012

What Happens Next

Wow, not having to worry about school or work rocks. Like, seriously rocks.

So far today, I slept in past 6:30 am,

made crepes for breakfast


(filled with Chobani Strawberry Banana Greek yogurt and topped with blueberries and cinnamon – AMAZING)


cleaned my kitchen and bathroom


made this awesome spinning playlist and then went to the gym to test it out – it totally kicked my spinning booty and I loved it


and then came home and prepared a delicious lunch that I’ve been dreaming about for the last two days (seriously).


That would be an open faced sandwich with a toasted whole wheat English muffin, ham, spinach, two fried eggs, and avocado.


It was so good.

With grapes on the side to round out the meal:



I then proceeded to spend almost three hours watching a Secret Life marathon on ABC Family (for record, I don’t even like that show) because for once in my life, I didn’t have anything better to do Smile.

The first thing that everyone asks me after they find out that I’m graduating is, “So, what happens next?!” Well, just so you all don’t think I’m going to be lounging around watching mindless television for the rest of my life, here’s a little breakdown of what’s to come in the months ahead:

  • The rest of this week – relax, pack up my apartment, enjoy my time off
  • Friday – GRADUATION!!
  • Saturday – My sister’s graduation from our community college in Traverse City
  • Next week – I start work as a “grad intern” at the pharmacy. A grad intern is someone who is in that weird transition period between graduation and actually being licensed. Done with school, but not quite a pharmacist yet.
  • Mid to late June – Take the NAPLEX (pharmacy board exam) and the MPJE (Michigan Pharmacy Law Exam). These are the exams I am required to pass before I can become a licensed pharmacist – in other words, they are the most important exams of my life. The official dates are TBD; I can’t schedule the exams until Ferris submits my graduation papers to the Michigan Department of Community Health.
  • July(ish) – *Hopefully* receive word that I have passed my boards and start working as a pharmacist!

Also thrown into the mix this summer is a trip to Cedar Point with my friend Jenny, a Kappa Psi alumni reunion in Big Rapids, Melissa’s bridal shower and bachelorette party (got a lot of work to do for those!) and Melissa’s wedding. I’ll be living with my parents to start out, but at some point I also need to find a place of my own. Talk about a busy summer!

I’m excited to be done with school, but it doesn’t really look things will be slowing down over here any time soon Winking smile. However, I wouldn’t change it for the world and I can’t wait to share this next chapter of my life with you all <3. Thanks for sticking around!


Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...