August 25th, 2006


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Today is the last day of my rotation. I have an A with 93% (hopefully my school will count that as A, since for us it's normally 96%, but maybe they will accept the letter grade as is). I hope I have shown myself to be a good employee and a good co-worker so they would consider hiring me when I graduate, but in any case I have learned a lot, not just about regulations and FDA and industry but about presenting and functioning in the real world.

My dad is coming later today, I will pick him up and we will visit an old friend of his here in town, and tomorrow we have a long 10-hour drive back home, where I will have Sunday to catch up on sleep and Monday at 8:30 my next rotation starts at the Omaha VA. I am now done with 2/10 rotations, and summer is almost over. I need to start thinking about what I am going to do after school. October is the registration time for PPS and the ASHP Midyear.

With the airplane crashing down over Ukraine, I am a little worried about my parents having to fly from Moscow to Ekaterinburg on an internal airline... I am not sure which one they are flying with, but I hope it's one of our Ural ones, I wouldn't trust a Moscow-based one as much as ours. I wish they would fly directly with Lufthansa from Frankfurt to Ekaterinburg, but it's a lot more expensive. I decided my peace of mind was worth it when I flew, they decided otherwise. I am sure everything will be allright, I am just a little worried.