Finished school, got my grades, and left early.
Went to have tea and cake with my friend from the class (another lady who got hassled by the teacher) to celebrate the big day. That was fun, talk, chai, and white chocolate raspberry cake. I am so busy these days it is so nice to get a chance to socialize.
I am stressed tho. An old friend sent me a cashier’s check to pay for the next term, as the school said it’s not paying anymore (after they said they would, another story). It has not arrived yet, two weeks later. This person has always been truthful so I know he sent it. I am making frantic arrangements trying to find alternative funds to pay until the check arrives. I have until Wednesday morning to find the money.
Dang, why can’t anything about school go easy for me?
I passed my last test for this term. I am almost free of the teacher who hates me.
I also got one of the highest scores on the comprehensive exam, a fact that disappointed the teacher, who does like to let me know she considers me rather stupid.
I was delighted to show her otherwise. She can’t deny the score.
I passed a test I didn’t think I would. I have one more test and will pass this term. Only half the class has made it this far.
2.5 more days with that teacher…one more day of her boring lecture. I am so relieved.
I am back on the internet, and am drinking deep from the well of global freedom at the touch of a button.
Such joy! I missed you all. =)
The 43 things year review list is pretty neato, and looking back certainly produces some happy thoughts. A diary with a twist.
I reached one year with 43 things. Didn’t even notice it until now…43 things and the people here are just amazing.
Sleep, enjoy, study, call friends, actually hang out with friends, move, game, oh my gosh two glorious weeks!
The teacher said she made the tests harder. She did. I still passed.
It’s Saturday. I slept in. Ten whole hours of sleep, after a week with about three to six hours of sleep a night.
I am soooo happy!
After all the awful days, I had a good one today, gave meds and administered my first injection. All went pretty well, considering how nervous I was.
And worked out, legs, and that felt good.
So nap, coffee, and pulling an all-nighter for the test tomorrow.