Saturday, November 10, 2012

Nashville and EVERYTHING

Good evening fellow friends,
   This is going to be an all in one collaboration. I am just now returning home from my daughter's All Star Cheer competition. I want to talk about my applying to the OT program on the 26th of THIS month along with talking about the rest of my kiddos.

First thing first! It is that time for me to apply to the OT program. I have been waiting for this moment for over a year now. I have had everything complete since LAST SEPTEMBER! I have done my hours of observation along with the letters verifying that I have completed the hours. I completed 20 hours in a SNF and 8 hours in a Peds setting. I was think about getting more hours in at other place; however, I got tied down with school and started slacking off. Then I have my 3 letters of recommendation. I actually had my references fill out the forms 2x, just in case. I have had my TB skin test and my blood work showing that I have had all of my childhood shots. That part is not required yet. I just wanted to go ahead and get it done so that when I am accepted into the program I have them ready to go. I thought my GPA was 3.59, but when I checked my transcript, I actually have a GPA of 3.89. WHOOP WHOOP!!!!!! I will have 9 of the 13 pre-reqs completed by Friday. I am so ready for this. I will keep everyone up to date on what is going on. The only thing that I do not have yet is the interview outfit. I am going shopping for that soon along with making sure my credit is in great shape for any private loans that I may need. I AM READY! I felt like Sponge Bob there for a minute with all that enthusiasm. ;)

Second, my baby, Dyimand, had her second cheer competition today and they won 1st place. WHOOP WHOOP! They are so happy! I am happy to. It's been and emotional ride for us cheer moms. I'm telling you, having all those females together all the time..... it's crazy. When one girl cried, they all did. When one hurt, they all did. Too funny really. Just wanted to take time to congratulate Royal Cheer Xtreme in New Albany, IN.

Lastly, I feel kind of biased by just talking about my cheerleaders, which are the twins (Dyimand and Romier) all the time. I'm going to give the rest of the family some love here. My oldest, Deve'ontay, had his soccer tournament two weeks ago and his U11 team, came in second place. Out of his whole 2 year select soccer player career, I say career because he thinks of himself as a professional, this is the 1st time that his team ever made it to the finals. The team was soooooooo bummed that they came in second, but I said, "Hey this is the 1st time you guys ever made it this far and you should be really proud of yourselves." Telling that to a group of 10-11 year old boys did not work. They looked at me as if I was crazy and kept moping. They got over it the next day. These boys are like brothers because this is the second year that many of them have played together. They have came a long way. I am really proud of them. Again congratulations Kentucky Fire Juniors.

My baby girl will be 1 on Wednesday. Man time goes by so fast! Happy birthday Gem'maica!

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