Monday, December 22, 2008

Looking for a laptop all day

Hi. I haven't been writing the last few days because I've been so involved about finding a laptop for me for Christmas. I've been on my laptop searching and reading all day/night. I want to get the best deal for my money, so that requires lots of time. I didn't plan on getting a laptop a Christmas because I thought my parents would pay for it as a graduation present when I graduated from high school. So, they still owe me a graduation present. I shouldn't complain because they are going to pay for food and rent at BYU. I'm going to work for Securitas over there, but it's going to be part time again. Ugg. I don't like receiving 220 dollars every two weeks. That's not enough for me. I want to take care of my body by buying these Dietary Supplements. However, they are really expensive. I still need new glasses. I want to get the plastic kind that Rhea has because my metal ones short circuit both of my hemispheres. Plus, I'd look more stylish, hip, and modern. Anyways, hopefully I can pull off working more hours at BYU and still getting good grades. I don't need to worry so much about them anymore because I want to be a chiropractor now. I'm thinking as the years go by, chiropractic schools will become more competitive like medical and veterinarian schools. I've been reading the they are becoming more popular and accepted with the general public. I acquired this quote from about chiropractors: As a testament to their practice, the majority of chiropractors remain in their profession until retirement. Exceptional job growth, lifelong learning opportunities and the chance to help people heal every day—chiropractic medicine promises a long-term career filled with exceptional professional and personal rewards. Earning your credentials and building your chiropractic practice will take dedication and commitment, but if the statistics hold true, you will never have to look for another job again.


♥britt♥ said...

Good luck finding the perfect laptop! You will surely be missed in the singles ward :( But you will do great!!! Keep in touch!

supergroup7 said...

Great choice in careers! I wish you the best! I hope that you had a wonderful Christmas Holiday, and I wish you success, prosperity, and joy in 2009.

Still keeping you in my thoughts!

Anonymous said...

hey lizzie,

Did you choose a DC school yet? Check out Life University in Georgia. They actually have a Goju-ryu club.

take care