Being back with my primary preceptor feels awesome because I have made it through all of my fall rotations. Returning back to Melissa feels very comfortable because it was with her that I first began learning about clinical experience. At first, I thought that being with football for my first clinical rotation was a bad thing because of the things I had heard, but now I am thankful that I had it in the beginning. Now I realize that I learned a lot about clinical in a short amount of time by being with football first. I am especially thankful for it at this point in the semester because football is not a new experience for me to have to learn so much about as my classes begin to get more difficult. When I began clinical with football, I was timid about what I was doing because I knew that I did not know much about clinical experience. However, after making my way through all of the fall sports and learning along the way, I am much more confident in what I am supposed to know. I feel like my taping has gotten much better, along with my attention to detail. I have been working a lot on analyzing gait during and outside of clinical experience, something that I had no clue how to do at the beginning of clinical. Overall, I am happy to be back with my primary preceptor to continue learning as best I can.