Semester I is over. Thank God.

IMG_5612It has been a super stressful week.  I am so glad finals are over. Overall, I quite well, mostly A’s.  But I got B’s in two classes and I’m honestly pissed about it. In anatomy I was less than a 1/2% from getting an A. I worked very hard in that class.  But I admit I wasn’t ready for the final exam.  I wasted way too much time getting ready for Physics and Medical Ethics. Way. Way. Way.

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Whatever.  I finished graduate school at the University of Wisconsin with a 3.965 GPA. I have nothing to prove in terms of my intelligence.  So I know I should be perfectly happy with what I did and just be more motivated to kick it next semester.

Returning to school has been rough.  I was forced to take a Communications class which was both demeaning and yet extremely time consuming. I should have been focusing on the important stuff like Anatomy, but I was too busy with all sorts of creative writing samples and busywork. Like hell was I going to fail that class, so I made it a priority, which was in retrospect quite stupid.  Same with high school level conceptual Physics Class and Study Skills. These classes really tested me emotionally.  I almost walked a plethora of times. I am fortunate that I met a fellow contemporary student who let me vent.  I am so glad that I have her in my life and really hope that I get to know her better during this program.  She is an inspiration.

So I have a week to indulge in my yoga practice and get me back to center.  I hope to tackle a few projects around the crib.  It should be a pretty awesome week.

Off to meditate and walk the Basenjis. Then off to Hot or Not.

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Namaste.

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Rooting for the Hawks, but concerned about the frigid conditions that they will encounter in MN.  That football is gonna be like a chunk of ice. Brrrrrrr. I am so glad I no longer live in that land of extremes.  

 

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I am a licensed Physical Therapist Assistant and Yoga Instructor in Rio Rancho New Mexico. My family consists of 1 Husband, 2 Kids (grown), and 3 Basenjis (spoiled).

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