Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Ahhhh, stress release

You know those times when you have a lot on your plate but you're not sure how to go about getting certain things done so the stress of having these tasks just builds up and builds up. That's how I felt this past week. In addition, my land lord is the only person I truly just want to punch in the face repeatedly so having to deal with him and his outright lies has been no picnic either.

Last night I submitted my application to Camden County College finally and printed out the course catalog and highlighted which credits should most definitely transfer and found out what courses they want me to take first semester and when I want to take them. I am so pleased to say that if the credits transfer that I know should transfer and I take my two courses this semester that I plan/need to take, upon completing my first semester I will be exactly where full time people will be at the end of the semester. So I won't be behind until second semester then I'll be really behind.

Anyway, I have to take Western or World Civ this semester (I chose World Civ) and a math elective. I don't know what that means but I assume it means I can elect to take any math course they offer so I'll talk with an advisor and pick a good one. It would be easy for me to take a class I've already taken in high school but where's the learning in that?

My computer and printer were acting up but I got it all done. I also got the dealings with the landlord done. (He needs a punch in the face so bad.)

I even went out and bought a gift for my friend a whole week and a half before I need it. The plate is looking cleaner.

I'm taking my math placement test Thursday too and I'm exempt from the English one so that's good.

I guess that's it.


Perceptiveone said...

Congrats on getting some of the administrative things out of the way, and also on starting school back up! Keep calm and stay happy...easy for me to say as I also stress over my seemingly never-ending "to-do" list. :-)

Doug Walsh said...

Glad to hear you have the application all wrapped up. Hopefully those credits transfer and you can find out sooner rather than later. I hate waiting on things like this. Good luck with the math test today.

Kristin is still waiting to hear from the UW, but she's in a group interview (project-solving test) that will determine whether or not she gets into the Leadership MBA program at Seattle University. The SU folks saw her GMAT scores, called her up and invited her to coffee before she even considered applying. Pretty cool.

Good luck!