At least I was finally able to submit it like I was supposed to!
I worked last night so after talking with Human Resources and Employee Health, I have discovered that I cannot go on long term leave or get shots. The plus side is that when I was hired as a healthcare worker, they drew labs to make sure I was immune to a few things! I may not have needed to have Varicella drawn from me after all Monday, but that's ok! I have additional proof that I am good for Hepatitis B immunizations. I'd definitely say that 1000 is above 1.00!
I stayed up to go through what I mentioned for my passport appointment and after all that - I submitted my last assignment for school! Graduation is Saturday!!! YEAH FOR ME!!!! :-D I got 4 hours of sleep before I got up to go to Ladies Bible study at church. I cannot even believe that it was just last week I got confirmation the Peace Corps in Nepal! This post is getting long and I have quite a bit I want to say from the meeting so I'll wrap it up with some fun facts about my living in Nepal and post tomorrow!
I will be living on approximately $200/month.
Rent is determined by the PC, but an example would be $20/month.
Food depends on how often you eat with your host family. An example for half of your meals would be $40/month and an example for all would be $60/month.