One Last Vacation Before PT School
After I got back from the summit, I was faced with both finals for the last of my prerequisites. Both were cumulative, which was something I haven't faced since graduating from Penn State. Chemistry was on Wednesday night, followed by physics on Thursday morning. I was also in the process of wrapping up a few tasks at work. Now that both work and classes are coming to an end, I'm actually starting to feel like PT school is on the horizon.
In an effort to make the best of what will likely be the last of my free time for the next three years, I walked out of my last final and caught a flight to Rome (dramatic, I know). I have a friend living in Italy who provided the perfect opportunity for one final summer vacation. That's where I'm blogging from. I can't think of a better way to relax. To justify going on the trip, I brought along an anatomy textbook donated to me by a therapist at work. I've been in Italy for four days and the book hasn't left my bag. It was wishful thinking... maybe on the flight home?