1. Just wondering if you are still doing things on here? You wouldn’t believe the synchronicity that lead me here! Appears to be random but don’t they all?

  2. I am going to school now to turn out to be a medical assistant. MAs typically work in doctors’ offices and clinics but may also work in hospitals. As a MA you function appropriate under the physician. You are able to give injections and draw blood. You can do EKGs and vitals. CNAs are nursing assistants, you typically function in hospitals and nursing houses. It is possible to deliver and pick up food trays, clean up messes, alter beds. You do not actually have any medical training. CNAs normally get jobs quicker since there is such a high turn over rate, a lot go on and grow to be MAs, LPNs, or RNs. Very good luck to you in the event you chose this type of work.

  3. Marta?! Oh my goodness, how are you? Are you still in Spain? Do you still have contact with Silvina? How wonderful that you found me again — it’s certainly been a while. I love the internet! :)

    Gracious, how did you find me on the internet? It’s not like I have a huge following or anything, after all. Wait, why not email me instead, since I have way too many questions, and I’d love to chat with you. You can use collie [at] pobox [dot] com. I look forward to hearing from you! :)

  4. Hello Blythe!
    Are you Blythe Collier who lived in Barcelona and attended St. Peter’s School?
    If so, it would be great to having found you!
    Best regards,

  5. Hey, Collie,
    I have found that you have kept your visible internet prsence as taciturn as possible, allowing but a few very tiny photos to squeek out. Might an old friend beg of you a snap that would be kept completely in confidence yet shows you as you are today? I would completely understand any reluctance to acceede to my request, but would be honored should you acquiesce. And I would gladly reciprocate should you wish.

    Hope all is well,

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