Yes. The Training Schedule is 14 days long. My colleagues from UGA just fainted.
Please don't ask what the training schedule looks like and entails. It reminds me of my first year at UGA, which in part explains why I am up before 5:00 EST and drinking gallons of coffee. Not enough people know what the reference to my first year at UGA means, so I feel safe in mentioning it here. Maybe one day, when you're older, I'll let you know.
So, because of Training, updates will come with tiny little bumps (if at all), so here are a couple of quick and fast notices:
- my dad starts chemotherapy on Friday for 4-6 months (depending on how his body takes it and reacts). That is literally all that I know right now, so questions about the type, what his bloodwork showed after the radiation treatments, etc. will be kind of lost on my at this time. I'm so frazzled that right now, all I remember is that chemo starts Friday. My mom is uncharacteristically optimistic, so that's a good thing.
- how do I like my new job? Ask me in a month, after I've started to get a handle on what all the crap it entails. Every day opens a new door, and some times I like what I see on that other side. Other times? Eh. Still...
- save your money and don't go see The X-Files movie if you're expecting anything X-Files-esque.