Whew!

YES!!! I managed to complete my online Communications Quiz with 12 seconds to spare. I had to write about 3 things that I’ve learned in the class thus far. After I was done composing the things I WISHED I could say….. I had to reel myself in and compose a more prudent approach. I will say this much – I have discovered that I truly enjoy my own form of grammar and being re-educated only makes me want to continue breaking the rules.
Anyways….
Yesterday would have been my Dad’s 69th birthday. He died of cancer when I was twelve.  The “anniversary” of his death (May 8th) and his birthdate (Nov 3) are always rough days for me.  Maybe it is the stress of being in school, maybe because I’m homesick for Seattle… I don’t know.  But I cried a whole hell of a lot yesterday. My eyes are still swollen this morning . 😦
But today I think I’m done crying. Getting the dratted quiz submitted has cheered me up considerably.  I have a crap load of stuff to do in my core classes!
I *did* do a little yoga photography yesterday, dedicated to my Dad.  Here are my favorite shots.
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In conclusion (I really need to stop blogging and tackle my Medical Terminology homework!!!)
 Man, it was be cool to share what I’d **really** like to say about my Communication class experience thus far.  Maybe someday I will. But I think I’ll save that for after I’m a licensed PTA 🙂  It’s too bad, I thought my true thoughts were pretty flippin’ awesome. But my inner guide tells me that I should just shut the fuck up and learn to smile through the experience. 🙂
NAMASTE!

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