Monday, 18 January 2010

It All Started With A Cup Of Tea

Ten days ago, I met my friend Enza for afternoon tea at The Old Mill Inn. We both agreed what a civilized way it was to spend a couple of hours on a cold and snowy day. At the time, although I knew that I was going to be busy in the coming weeks and we talked about my course; I had absolutely no idea as to how hectic my life was about to become.

I received a call last Tuesday informing me that I have successfully challenged the winter term of my course (interesting, as I never actually applied to challenge it!) and that I am to be fast-tracked in my bridging programme. What this means is that in just three weeks from now, I am going to be starting a clinical placement at a midwifery practice in rural Ontario. Between now and then, I have to find somewhere to live and move about an hour and a half's drive from the city...oh, and I forgot to mention the clinical exams I have to pass before I go out on placement.

So if you don't see or hear from me for a while, I do hope that you will understand.