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RHEYNKLW
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What now?

Tuesday, May 01, 2012

Until I finished the stinkin' project half an hour ago, I couldn't see any future past tonight, but now that it's over, I feel like a completely different person. Something about this term got to me (probably had something to do with having to write a paper every single week) and I've just felt so overburdened for the past nine weeks. Oddly, the class with all those damn papers is the one I think has had the most professional value -- they should rename it How To Do Your Job.

Just so, so, SO relieved to be done, and I'll be glad to be able to focus on cooking, exercising, and pursuing more outcall clients. ...Well, for the next two weeks, at least!
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  • v RHEYNKLW
    HOPE - the start of the next term!

    JB - great ideas, and actually we are going to a Cinco de Mayo party on Saturday.

    ALASKA - patho is interesting, but not as fun as Sparking. If you could use points you earn in class to buy yourself goodies, I might be a better student.
    1515 days ago
  • v LOVEALASKA
    Glad you're finished with that class :) I have a pathophysiology midterm tomorrow but i keep procrastinating on Spark instead of studying teehee...
    1515 days ago
  • v JBHERTEL
    Congrats on being finished! That's such a great feeling isn't it? You should celebrate by doing something fun, like going for a hike or a bike ride!

    Or maybe even a emoticon !
    1515 days ago
  • v HOPESINGH
    What's in two weeks?
    1515 days ago
  • v TERRIEHICKSFIT
    I remember writing all those papers when I was going to Phoenix University Online. I am glad I am done with that. I am excited for you to be able to start taking more outcall clients, very soon!! You are really doing a great job with everything that is on your plate.
    1515 days ago
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