At the beginning of the year, we usually do a new year resolution and see how we do them. This 2017, I did not do any resolution. However, what I did is see how many accomplishment am I going to finish. 2017 has been treating me right, so far.
Let’s start with car pay-off. I bought my car in October 2012 after my 1988 Camry hand-me-down keeps giving up on me. I finally paid off my 2012 Camry first week of September.
Second, I graduated as a Psychiatric Technician in May. Psychiatric Technician provide care to people who have mental illness and/or developmental disabilities. In August, I took my licensure exam and after 9 days, I received my result with a ‘Pass’. I paid the required fee to process my license and after two weeks, I received my license in the mail.
Also, I’ve been working in the same place for five years. Who knew that I would work there for five years. They say that if you love what you do, you wouldn’t know that you are working.
Recently, I started job hunting. Looking for new places where I can apply what I learned in class in real world. There are couple places that called me back and couple more places that I aim to work at. I recently said yes to one company to work for.
2017 has been treating me well with life. I’m thankful for this wonderful year and hopefully an even wonderful 2018.
However, there is one thing that I haven’t been doing, which is photography. I’ve been busy with school and work that I forget to document my life events. Maybe, this can be my new year resolution for 2018. 🙂
I love this regional park, over four miles around. You can walk/run/jog around the park; it has tennis courts, basketball courts, archery, and golf; you can also fish – you need a fishing license, bbq, andpicnic.
This park is family friendly. You can do so much in this park.
However, the lake is so dirty that you can’t take a dip. Here take a look.
It might look bad but that is only the portion of the park. With the park so big, you might get lost.
My first time of having a pet was when I was a kid, my uncle gave us a dog and my aunt. From that point on, we have a dog in our house. The most pet that we had was 3 dogs, a cat, 2 hamsters that grew to about 20.
Our house wag big and so was the number of pet that we are taking care of, it was fun playing with them. Sometimes, they gave us a headache but it’s still fun.
Right now, we have three dogs: two male and a female, and a puppy. We also believe that our dog is pregnant, again. It’s going to be a pain again trying to find who will want a puppy. Luckily, some of our friends wanted puppy so we gave them away.
This is the father
This was taken when they were about 2 months old or probably younger.
*update: The puppy that we had died this morning, we are not sure why he died. He was the first born puppy and he was the chubbiest and the cutest too. 🙁
Do you have a pet? How many? If not, do you want one?