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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

So all the school stuff I have been carrying totals 40 lbs, talked with Chef last night and I can actually not carry my entire knife/tool kit as long as I keep an eye on the syllabus to know what to bring besides my chef knife, paring knife and peeler. Yes, this is a huge win for my shoulders, lol emoticon

Now to study for this test and near ace it . . . . is that possible, well certainly going to try. I have no intention of being the middle of the road C student. My goal is all A's. Speaking of which I nailed the Emincer, cut which means your slice is near transparent, which I nailed 4 times with my onion and you could read the manufactures embossing on the knife through the onion. Chef said I had 4 A's there, WOOT, way to go me.

Anyway back to work/studying/etc.
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  • LADYJ6942
    Thought about the rolling bag however with a half mile walk from bus to school come winter I'd still be carrying so working to find balance. So far one book work/lunch bag and rest in other bag (friends old Creative Memories bag) works well. Doesnt bother my right shoulder weight wise, it does bother the left one.

    Checking into school bag - maybe rolling w/backpack straps would work as then I have options, we shall see.

    3718 days ago
  • GLMOM2
    Sounds like you are on a roll...keep up the good work!

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    3719 days ago
    Have you considered a rolling book bag? I started using one in high school after I F'd up my shoulders with heavy bags. I was heckled unmercifully, but it was better. If you find one with big wheels they roll really well.
    3720 days ago
    Woot! Go you!
    3720 days ago
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