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Old 05-07-08, 04:19 PM
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Red face I can't believe...

I've worked so hard to be able to graduate, now that it is almost here I'm in denial that it will actually happen.

I got my last grade today... This semester I got 2 C's and an A and A- not bad when you consider that this semester alone we had:
3 cases of fifths disease (mom included, which makes you exhausted)
6 stomach flus (mom twice)
6 ear infections (5 for addi one for Kev)
2 cases of strep (Aiden)
4-5 general colds (mom 2)
3 sore throats (not strep- mom 2 times!)

Lets just say I'm glad I passed, and I'm excited for classes to start next week.... (not the $158 of books I have to buy, yet have no money from the university yet- and how I'm supposed to read 6 books- 2 in 2 weeks-4 over the next month is beyond me!)

Once I'm done with summer, it will be the first week of June, Kev will be done with first grade... a week later they go to Arizona with my mom, and then they don't come back til the 3rd! Then it is dh's bday, then they go to their other grandmas for a week.... then they come home and it is AUGUST and at the end of August I'm student teaching.... We have Ash's bday, then halloween, thanksgiving, Aiden's bday, I finish school, my bday, then graduation and Christmas!

Something tells me this year is going to fly by!
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Old 05-07-08, 05:22 PM
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you can totally see the finish line now!

you'll be whizzing thru the rest of the year!
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Old 05-07-08, 09:57 PM
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4 classes is difficult when you have a life other than school! When I was in college I could only take 2 or 3 classes or I'd get all C's & D's.
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Old 05-08-08, 08:40 AM
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yeah there is an end in sight!!! I hope the year dosn't fly by to fast, but it already seems to be, I can't belive it is may
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Old 05-09-08, 09:57 AM
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Wow! You've come so far and then end is in sight!

You just have to make it through the end of the year and you'll be home free!
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