Monday, July 17, 2006

Long time, no update

I know I've been lax for the last few months here on the blog. Flog me with a wet noodle - I'll do better, I promise *grin*. I go back to St Paul's for a re-map this Thursday so I'll put a long update after that and let you know how things have been. I've just been so busy with college classes, studying, tests, and life in general.


Have myelin? said...

What are you studying for? Just curious! And hello!!! :-)


Dy said...

I'm re-taking all my basic high-school math and sciences (its been 15 years since I graduated) to "refresh" my memory. I'm hoping to get into a Medical Lab Technology program at either Northern Alberta Institute of Technology (NAIT), or British Columbia Institute of Technology (BCIT)Sept 2007.

Anonymous said...

I am thrilled that your implant has lifted you from being in the middle ground (between the deaf community and the hearing), into the world of the living. Living with purpose and dignity. And now to live your dream! How awesome is that!!! Claim it! Take hold of it with both hands! And I am bold enought to believe that you will do every bit as well as you would with a translator! I wish you every success with your studies, and I hope that you do become a top class lab technican!
- Freedom design engineer

Dy said...

Thank you SO much!! It is absolutely wonderful to get a reply from somebody who has participated in making this technological miracle!! I thank you, and everyone else at Cochlear from the bottom of my heart for making this a reality.