One More

Coincidentally, it is the final I am most worried about.  My Lifespan Psychology final is tomorrow afternoon.  It should not take that long, but I did not do well on the last test, so I am a little worried about the final now.  I will be happier after I get some studying in tomorrow morning and get in there and get the final done and over with.  This last quarter will not be as good as previous quarters.  I hope I am not crazy enough to attempt 20 credits again.  If I am, I hope it will be an easier set of classes.  This quarter was challenging.  I learned a lot, but I could have done better.

Next quarter will be my last in this degree.  I will have my AA.  I hope to transfer to the university I applied for, but I have not yet heard back from them.  It is frustrating.  I am tempted to call and ask for a better timeline on when they will be mailing the letters.

Anyway, I have three more classes next quarter.  Chemistry, Biopsychology, and Photography.  The first and last are classes I have been trying to find time in my schedule to take for the past two quarters (at least), but it has not worked out until now.  The middle is actually an online course, so I am hoping that will make things less stressful for me.  We shall see.

I injured my knee last week.  I am not sure the extent of the injury.  I have been trying to take it easy in Kickboxing and Tae Kwon Do, which is not easy.  I can do most stuff, but I do not want to aggravate it further.  So far, so good, but I am hopeful that it will get better so I have better movement in that leg.

I am trying not to be as accident prone as my mother, who has injured both feet repeatedly this year.  She refuses to go easy and then wonders why she is constantly getting hurt in class.  It does not help that she has to be overly dramatic about the injuries, too.  The entire class does not need to stop and wonder if she has just bruised her  foot again or if it is something more serious.

I am grateful I am not testing for my next degree of black belt for a few more months.  I am hoping my knee will be a bit more cooperative by then.


About emeree

I am an Air Force veteran. I served as a Security Forces troop for nearly seven years and reached the rank of Staff Sergeant before separating in 2008. My tours of duty were in England and Oklahoma. I live in the Seattle area, which is where I grew up. I used my GI Bill and earned a degree from the University of Washington. I currently work in downtown Seattle and experience all the adventure that comes with that.
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