Tuesday, December 19, 2006

And on the last day, she rested...

So it ends. All those months of studying, moments of breath-choking anxiety - done in four long, tiring hours. And before I do anything else, I would like to say a HUGE HUGE HUGE thanks to everyone that put up with me during this time, talked me off the ledges, fed me Red Vines when I got practice questions right, let me use the computer to take all those tests, and provided endless reassurance of my success (although I can't guarantee I made good on those). I was, no doubt, an emotional handful, but please take comfort in knowing that this was LAST hop (hopefully, if I passed) that I need to leep through to be a psychologist. And to all those that posted their well wishes, called, emailed or just shouted at me in passing - thanks to all who have even thought of me during this time.

As with any trial in life, we are never truly alone, as it is the support, overt and covert, of others that truly get us through. And though the final test is often in solitude, the journey is always full of companions.

As for the details of the test and my actual mental state, I will save that for a post tonight, because I got a trainer ride that is BEGGING for an ass-beating right about now. later skaters.

3 comments:

GeekGirl said...

Ah - I see, you use training as an excuse, but you see, I procrastinate everything including and especially training. So I win; I'm the bigger loser. :-)

Anonymous said...

I'm with geekgirl. Exercise these days is not my best. This may have something to do with the 5 lb 18" baby in my belly, but even if he wasnt there, I doubt I would be working out. - elbow

Anonymous said...

I'm with geekgirl. Exercise these days is not my best. This may have something to do with the 5 lb 18" baby in my belly, but even if he wasnt there, I doubt I would be working out. - elbow