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Malpractice done & campus tour

Today I went and paid for my malpractice insurance. Ok, stupid question. Why in the world do they make you get your malpractice insurance a whole semester before you need it??? Why not have me get it next semester when is when I'll actually be using it??? Isn't that just ridiculous? Whether it is or it isn't, it's done and I am FINISHED with all my pre-school starting stuff. Now I just have to send all my stuff into some agency and I will be 100% READY to start school. Ok, well 99% ready. I still have to get my books from my friend & I need to order my beautiful raspberry stethoscope and get some cute school supplies, but you know what I mean. The PAPERWORK part is finito!! Woohoo, one more step down. Now just to get through Christmas and it's the final countdown after that!! Oh yeah, today while I was there paying for my malpractice insurance I decided to take a mini tour of the campus, well just to find the most important part, the library!! And wow it did NOT disappoint. I LOVE me the library. Any library. And this one is absolutely fabulous. I can't WAIT to spend many hours in there studying, writing papers, meeting with other students, it's so cool. Oh and awesome of awesomeness it has a Starbucks right inside it! How cool is that?! Have I said that I can't WAIT for school to start?? :D




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  1. Now that library sounds like my kind of place!

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  2. I second what azmomo2 says! I think the library sounds delightful.

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