Translated: Who are you? I am Megan (mi-ga-n) (Source: http://www.chass.utoronto.ca/~inuit/lesson1.htm)
In other news, I'll be attending a retreat this weekend with the Bible study group from campus. I'm looking forward to it! The itinerary includes bowling, board games, a DVD and discussion, Sunday worship, and much more. Also, my family will be spending the early part of tomorrow at my grandmother's house visiting, which will be lots of fun. I can't wait!
As for today, mom and I were busy with ionic foot baths. She got a machine that cleanses the body of toxins through the feet. You put your feet in a tub of water along with an array, which is connected to a small machine. The machine produces a weak electric current that goes through the water and the body and pulls out toxins through the bottom of the feet. After a half an hour, the water turns colors, usually a dark yucky color from all the toxins. I'd be afraid of such a thing, but my mom is a nurse, so I trust her judgment. Also, my brother and I had the process done by a professional and we didn't die, so I guess that's evidence enough for me! (It tingled a tiny bit, but hardly enough to notice.) I've had it done probably five times by now and I find that it has really cleared up my acne. My grandmother says it is helping her fibromyalgia. I am still not sure if I believe it 100%, but I am curious to see how things go with more treatments. So today I spent the afternoon helping mom run it on herself and then organized our notes and photos from past runs of the machine. I grouped the photos according to the person and then did a secondary sort by date. Maybe I was meant to be a librarian... :)