Monthly Archives: June 2006

Ouch, that hurt

As last Monday immediately started off with a urinary infection, I knew it was not going to be an easy week for me but I’m rather proud of myself for how I handled it.  I was able to make the … Continue reading

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Life Will Go On

I thought my urinary tract infection days were over after my visit to the urologist a couple weeks ago.  They assured me that my frequent UTI probably was due to increased pressure within my bladder.  They filled my bladder up … Continue reading

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Busy, Busy, But Not Really

My teacher was on vacation this past week and I feel like I got a much-needed break from class time, but that doesn’t really make sense when I think about it.  I’m only taking one class which has only taken … Continue reading

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Proud but Appreciative

Wow, I feel quite honored to be a featured blog.  I’m trying to be modest about the whole thing but I can’t help but feel a bit proud of myself.  Nothing wrong with a little pride every now and then … Continue reading

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Guestbook

Hello, this is Colin.  I am unavailable at the moment but would love to hear from you.  If you would like to say hello please leave a message after the beep.  If you have a question for me, please proceed … Continue reading

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Trailblazing

Little did I know yesterday, when I set out for a national park by the Catawba River, that I was in for such an adventurous and adrenaline filled time.  My sister and her husband were interested in seeing the once … Continue reading

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Nervousness, It’s All in My Mind

Nervousness, I’ve discussed this subject matter many times before and I have pondered over and over again how to deal with this issue of my life.  It’s one of the worst feelings when you can physically tell you’re nervous about … Continue reading

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