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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Sunday Reflections are now Suddenly Sunday


Suddenly Sunday was started by Svea at Confessions and Ramblings of a Muse in the Fog. It is her weekly summary in response to the Sunday Salon, which is closed to new participants. Many blogs I read are now doing the Suddenly Sunday too so I figured why not? I started Sunday Reflections for many of the same reasons, but Svea's picture is much more prettier than mine. Plus Sundays do happen suddenly at the end of the weekend. Crap! It's Sunday and I have to go to work tomorrow.

With respect to reading, I am currently reading The Founding by Cynthia Harrod Eagles. This is book one in the Morland Dynasty series, and it is quite good. This series was recommended to me by Amy from Passages to the Past, so when Sourcebooks offered it I jumped at the chance.

Next up on the list is Lost Letter by Neil Mulligan . I'm really looking forward to that. Unfortunately I fell behind due to this head cold, that I am still fighting off. It has really kicked my butt. Each day, little by little I feel better. It's just slow going.

On the personal front, I may be teaching a class this summer, and I may be returning to school for my Masters. Both opportunities are at the same school, which is where I finished my Bachelors degree. Apparently they are trying to start a new program for a Masters in Health care Education. If I went for my Masters, education would be the area I would study.

I am currently in Health Information Management (Medical Records) and to be more specific, Billing Compliance. You have any questions related to Medicare billing; I am your girl. Seriously, when your parents become of age and you have questions, I would be more than happy to help you. National health insurance = more administrative rules = job security for Jenny. But I digress. I have a meeting on Tuesday to discuss this new program and my possible teaching assignment.

I am very excited about it. I have always wanted to teach, and the little bit I do now, I enjoy greatly. And I always wanted a little more than my bachelors, but something I am interested in. I promised my hubby I wouldn't kill myself again because the bachelors was not easy. I applaud any adult who goes back to school.

So anyway, other than that, not much else going on. Oh yes, Fringe comes back this week. YEA! I'm so excited. I love that show as much as LOST. You should give it a try this week, because it's going to be a doozy.

Thanks for stopping by and I hope you have a wonderful week and happy reading. For more Suddenly Sunday posts, stop by here.

7 comments:

zetor said...

I have 'The Founding' on my shelf must get around to reading it sometime.

Trisha said...

I just have so much to say to this post, so sorry for the overly long comment:

I knew nothing about Suddenly Sunday, but I will definitely check it out. While I'm a member of Sunday Salon, my page never pops up on the Feed list, nor do half the people I subscribe to.

The cover for Lost Letter is just creeping me out something fierce!

Yay for teaching! I have a Masters in Writing, Bachelors in Film, and I teach composition, literature, and film at a local college. I love teaching and highly recommend it to everyone!

I also applaud adults who go back to school. I teach a lot of returning students, and I know the difficulties they face. But I also know the increased work ethic of adult students and the pride upon success is a real benefit!

Fringe is awesome. Just awesome. While I don't like it as much as Lost, it is definitely in second place.

Staci said...

I feel like such a loser because I have no idea about the show Fringe!!! Sounds like things could get very busy and exciting for you!!!

Darlene said...

I wish I would have jumped at the chance to read The Founding but unfortunately for me I didn't and it sounds so good.

I hope teaching the class and going back to school works out for you. How exciting.

This is the first time I see Suddenly Sunday. I'll stay with my Sunday Ramblings though. I like it.

Hope you have a great day Jen!

Ash said...

I think teaching a class would be very exciting, but daunting as well! I tutor students individually and it can be a mind numbing task. It is super rewarding though.

The cover of Lost Letter is seriously creeping me out, I hope the book is as interesting as the cover!

Irene said...

Looking forward to your review on the Lost Letters.

stacybuckeye said...

You do the same thing as my mother. She's the manager of the billing offices for the local hospital.

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