February 24, 2008
Also, Kim is starting her master's degree this month; she says she is pretty excited to be working on a 'real' education that is much more career-oriented, but I think she just wants to have a master's degree because I am getting my MBA. No competition there. She'll be getting a Master's degree in Health Professions Education with a Medical emphasis at A.T. Still University and plans on teaching at a junior college or university when she's done. It will take her 20 months to finish and she'll be able to do a lot of it online, which is good as we're gonna be moving around a lot. The program is also a feeder into the Ph.D program so if she wants to, down the road she can do that and it would only take her another 20 months or so. I guess that would mean I would need my Ph.D too... Good luck Kimberly!
"Home of the world’s first osteopathic medical school, established in 1892, A.T. Still University is recognized around the world. A renowned, multidisciplinary healthcare educator, ATSU instills in students the knowledge, integrity, compassion, and hands-on experience needed to address the needs of the whole person. A.T. Still University provides graduate and professional school programs in healthcare fields at campuses in Kirksville, Missouri, and Mesa, Arizona."
February 10, 2008
2. Go to page 123
3. Find the fifth sentence
4. Type the next three sentences along with these instructions
5. Tag 10 people to do it (5 will do too!)
Book: In Defense of Food (An Eaters Manifesto) by Michael Pollan Amazing book!
Bruce Ames, the renowned Berkeley biochemist, works with kids like this at Children's Hospital and Research Center in Oakland. He's convinced that our high-calorie, low-nutrient diet is responsible for many chronic diseases, including cancer. Ames has found that even subtle micronutrient deficiencies--far below the levels needed to produce acute deficiency diseases--- can cause damage to DNA that may lead to cancer.
I tag: Rachel Madson, Nicole Rowland, Annie Fonnesbeck, Emily Jensen, Aunt Carole,Paige Frakes, Katie Taggart, Barbara Schaefermeyer, Erika Hanks, Chelsea Neilson, Jen Petty.
1. I eat a bowl of ice-cream probably almost every day (at least it's low fat!).
2. My two front teeth are fake, because they were hit out playing softball when I was 10 or 11 on my first day of softball practice. My sister Sara did it.
3. I feel that college only makes you loose your mind not gain it (hahahaha).
4. I absolutely love fuzzy socks, nice shampoo and reading nutrition labels.
5. I own a motorcycle and look darn good riding it!
6. A goal of mine is to someday buy a very fast four-wheeler with big sand tires. Another goal for my life is to read an autobiography of every LDS President, and every US President (I just made that goal and so far I'm half way through Joseph Smith, it's going to take a while).
I tag Erika, Katie, Chelsea, Heather, Nicole, Barbara.
Dairy Keen in Heber, Utah
Lancome makeup artist
Tutor for Anorexia-bulemia clinic
CNA on an Alzheimers Unit (great fun!)
4 Movies that I could watch over and over:
What About Bob
The Pink Panther
4 places I've lived
Pleasant Grove/Highland UT
5 TV Shows that I watch
Keeping Up Appearances (British comedy!)
4 places I've been
I have driven accross the US to NY (so all the states along the way)
St. Louis MO
The Sand Dunes in central Utah
5 favorite foods
balsalmic vinegar with sourdough bread
Thai food (coconut curry)
garlic stuffed green olives
Of course Chocolate cake/ice-cream/brownies etc....
I tag Erika, Brittney, Katie, Annie, Chelsea,
February 2, 2008
I don't typically endorse these types of posts, but I was indulged by a friend of mine who's pregnant and you just don't mess with pregnant women...
Four things about me (Jake) that you may or may not have known, in no particular order.
Four jobs I have had in my life:
1. Milked cows on the family farm.
2. Pizza Plus in Tremonton, UT. Best breadsticks you'll ever have.
3. Wells Fargo Bank & Home Mortgage
4. Advertising at The Herald Journal
Four movies you would watch over and over:
1. Batman Begins
2. Any Star Wars or Any Indiana Jones
3. The Motorcycle Diaries
4. The Man from Snowy River
Four places you have lived:
1. Old Farm in Logan, UT
2. Rigby, ID
3. Deweyville, UT
Four TV Shows that I watch:
2. The Office
3. Arrested Development
4. Flight of the Conchords
Four places you have been:
2. Phoenix, AZ
3. Cancun, Mexico
4. St. Louis, MO
People who email me (regularly):
1. My brother Nate
2. People from my school wanting stuff done
Four of my favorite foods:
1. Thai food
2. New York strip steak
Four places I would rather be right now:
1. 8 weeks from now (no more broken ankle)
2. At a MLB game
3. Graduating from my MBA program
4. Deweyville, UT playing in the snow.
Things you are looking forward to this year:
1. Summer internship in St. Louis
2. No more cast on my leg
4. More Utah Jazz wins
And I tag Emily, Ryan Madson, Seth and Aunt Carole......
February 1, 2008
So I am going to school right now at Thunderbird School of Global Management and working on my MBA in International Marketing. The school is really great and I've been having a lot of fun. Since the school isn't part of an undergraduate university, we don't really have collegiate athletics except for a few club teams, on of which is the Rugby Football Club. I had never played before I came down here, but had played football so I thought I'd give it a try. Well, I had a lot of fun and was really enjoying the hitting until I had the unfortunate event of breaking my ankle. I was carrying to ball and got tackled and rolled on, and my foot twisted out instead of typically rolling in and the tendons on the inside of my foot tore part of the bone off the inside of my ankle. Sounds gross and painful I know, but...well, it is pretty painful. They said I should be down 6 to 8 weeks and hopefully won't need surgery but we'll see. My advice, still play rugby!!!!
Theses are my x-rays, the arrow points to the fracture. I know its small, but it does really hurt.