Any blog police roaming around? I wouldn't want to get a parking ticket! lol
Okay, my brain is fried! School has been insane for the past few days! I'm taking this intense, and I do mean intense, Christian Ethics course where we meet twice a month for a total of 8 (eight) hours. The problem is that the professor, who I respect and admire tremendously, is a little scatter brain at the beginning of the semester. Given the class schedule, it's not ideal if you catch my drift!
All this to say that Monday after a 4 (hour) class I headed to the library to do an insane amount of reading, that was impossible to do given the amount of time there is in a day. I got home at 12:00 a.m., a zombie. Got up the next morning, put dd on the bus and continued to read for that same class. I feel as thought I've been in class for 48 hours.
I didn't get home on Tuesday until 7:30 p.m. poured myself a glass of red wine, pinot noir, and had to give my little girl a hug. Stephen was at volleyball so dd and I had a one on one. It was nice to sit and chat. I actually missed my little girl.
Unfortunately, I won't be quilting today. I have lots and lots of work to do for my class on Thursday. I am so behind in my quilting, not to mention blog reading.
Have a great day every one!
Wednesday, September 26, 2007
Where is my sanity?
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I feel your pain, my class over the second part of the summer had us reading a NOVEL every week... (A boring one at that!)
I admire your grit in hanging in there. Sounds impossible to me and I know it's not my calling to live that wild a schedule, but when you get all this behind you, having accomplished it will be truly wonderful. I hope that the crunch of these few days lets up soon so that you're back to a more normal schedule. Wish I could give you a hug and share a really fast cuppa with you!
Just here to leave a HUGE (((HUG))), my friend! :-)
I would send you a few more hours in the day if I could, sounds like you need it! I am sure you will make it through this class and you will be so proud when it's all over. That red wine was well deserved! Keep up the good work.
Bon courage, Carole !
Hang in there...you'll be happy when it's all over. Hugs to you.
I hope you will have little breaks soon, your sewing projects will wait for you until then.
Eveyone took the words right out of my mouth - hang in there! You can do this. When things used to get like this in my life I'd always tell myself that I can do anything it takes as long as I can see the end of the road. You've chosen this marvelous goal for yourself and you are up to it. Crossing the finish like will be worth the struggle. Take a deep breath, look yourself in the eye in the mirror, and say "I CAN do this". Then give yourself a litle time for some quilting therapy - even if it's only 30 minutes - along with some very good chocolate.
Oh my! I could not do that much reading ever, say anything about doing it now! I hope you stay sane! WOW! Glad you got to have a little time with dd though, that is good for the soul!
One day you will look back and feel so good about how hard you are working - one day!
Ahhhh, yes. And folks have asked me why I'm taking a year off from my studies -- this, this would be why (and why it's so hard to even think about going back). hang in there -- you will get through it! And make sure you hug the little one a lot! (it makes studying easier I've found -- little girl hugs and kisses make everything better)
I too have gone back to college, thank you for blogging about this. I often feel that I want to quit because I can't seem to keep up and just want to sew. I'm inspired to keep going!
Salut Carole, C'est tante lucille. Très beau site de courte-pointe. J'aimerais bien te contacter mais ton adresse électronique est errronée. Écris-moi: firstname.lastname@example.org
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