Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Wonder what your psychologist was like in grad school?

I've written before about my beautiful friend Chelsea, who is one of my favorite favorite people here. We hang out all the time and she is my coffee date buddy and walk-vent-need fulfiller of Newberg. Her husband Ryan and I were assigned to be therapy partners for each other this week and after our respective "sessions" we got slightly unprofessional...

Good psycholog-izing, right?
We love you, Chels!!


Leslie said...

This comment is completely unrelated to the above post. Consider yourself warned.

HELLO!!! How the heck are ya? We're both in grad school; that's kinda fun. And, I've rediscovered blogging and reading blogs, so don't disappoint me. Not that you ever did. :)

I hope you're doing fabulously, Emily!

amy@flexibledreams said...

Hehehe :-)

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