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Just around the corner...

I love spring, spring is absolutely my favorite time of the year. To me spring feels like life, it's so full of promise and hope, of newness and freshness! I'm so happy that I'm starting school in June at a time when the daylight is longer and I can take my books outside and study in the fresh air. Speaking of which, I am so close to being able to register for classes. I have updated all of my information and am only waiting on one more hold to be released and then I can register!  It's getting so close, just right around the corner! Can you feel my excitement?!! If not, it looks a little something like this:

Although on the same hand I am nervous as all get out! (Yes that's a southern expression.) If you read back through my blog you'll see that I'm definitely a nervous Nelly when it comes to school. I get myself all worked up quite often and although I'm not in a frenzy YET, I am still worried about how I'll do this time around. I mean I've only been out of school for a year, so it's not like I don't remember how all of this goes, but just looking at the class names gets me nervous. Advanced this and that, I mean am I really advanced at anything?  I will say that working for this year definitely makes me more comfortable in the knowledge that I've obtained, so I'm hoping PRAYING that I will be advanced enough to understand all of these concepts and do well in graduate school. I guess there's no knowing until it's done, but you know I'll keep you updated.

I guess that's it for now, just checking in! Enjoy this beautiful weather!





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