I knew this would happen, I just knew it. Kody and I finally came to a final list for his elective orthopedic rotations outside of Oklahoma City and Tulsa. It is my job to send out the emails to try to set them up since emailing is not his forte. Seriously, who doesn't check their email? Oh that's right, my husband. If the rotation set up requires a phone call then Kody calls them. So far we are about 0 for 4. Everyone is full or they want an entire CV to apply for the rotation. That is crazy! We haven't even begun to think about his CV. I guess this is a sign that I'm not quite as on top of everything as I had hoped.
We are now onto plan B. Plan B consists of getting in touch with every orthopedic program and seeing if they have open rotation dates. If they do then we say yes! We'll see how that goes. So much for all my research on the area, the number of students they take, if there is a CrossFit in the area, blah blah blah. I'm kind of sad, but a little excited. I never quite know how to feel when we don't have a real plan in place. This is good practice to help cure my insanity. We were all set to have him rotate at some good programs in Pennsylvania and one in Michigan. Now we have moved on to a different one in Michigan and we are even considering him going to New Jersey for a month. Crazy! We'll see if they have any openings. Please keep us in your prayers. Once they are all set up and final I will feel so much better. I can't do a thing about anything after we have them locked. It will all be up to God and Kody.
I think if he rotates in New Jersey I am going to go visit and make him take me to NYC so I can see Wicked on Broadway....or I can pretend to visit him and take myself to see Wicked on Broadway. Either way works!
By the way, it is completely obnoxious to listen to Kody and my dad have conversations now. I swear they can talk for five minutes and not use a single word that I can understand. I keep telling them they are speaking in fake sentences. I don't think they care.