I am thankful for technology. As much as I like to be in the woods, a river, or the snow alone, I am happy that we have the technology that is available today. I am thankful that I have people to read this website. People all over the world are keeping up with my escapades. I have a way to look back at all of the things that I am thankful for. I can see all of the cool things that I have done in my life. Sometimes, I think that life should be blogworthy.
I still have the old iPhone 4. Siri is not in my life. Somehow, I survive. I do not own a tablet of any electronic kind. I did, however, get a Pebble.
For all of the technology that we have. I still think that he human body is one of the most amazing things in the world.
Here are some things I found in my urine.
Here is a recap of what the onslaught of posts have been about this month:
Thanksgiving is an interesting holiday. People celebrate it for many reasons. Being thankful is probably one of the better reasons. I don’t give thanks to a spiritual being. My thanks come from all of my real world experiences. I would like to try and focus on one memory or experience every day this month and highlight them here. I (and most people reading this) have many things to be thankful about. Life can almost always be worse. The healthcare world is a fierce reality of death and dying. Especially when you are at the bottom of the barrel like a nursing student seems to be sometimes.
So today’s post is about something very important to me. Food.
A cheeseburger is one of my favorite things to eat. Here is one from Tamarack Brewery in Missoula, Montana. Rock Creek, I love you.
Raclette from Paris.Breakfast in Napoli.
Pot muffins in Amsterdam.
Crème brûlée because I can’t find anyone that makes it as perfect as my ex step..nevermind. Patricia, yours is still the best.
The good thing is that my enabler makes a spread like this for camping!