Thursday, January 10, 2008

Not soon enough

Today was a frustrating day. Well, only 6th period was frustrating. It is going to be a very long semester. I really want to get out of the classroom. I hope I get into grad school. I really should shut up about it, but it's my obsession right now. It's just that I thought that I'd never do it and I'm actually making an attempt. I know it's going to be difficult and I know that my busy life is going to triple at least, but I really need to do it.

I'm really tired tonight. I'm going to go ahead and go to bed since it's going to be a long day tomorrow. I have to drive to Seminole and then spend the evening and all day Saturday at a speech tournament. We probably won't get back until late Saturday.


abbagirl74 said...

Chin up Buckeroo! I can only imagine your anticipation of grad school! Are those little monsters reeking havoc and chaos during 6th period?

I can imagine how tired you are. Working all day around lots of people, especially teenagers can be very tiresome. I am the same way when I get home. All of those customers all day long. Work can be so tough! But, it pays the bills! Here's to single moms and working for a living! (was that a song? working for a living?)

Annabel said...

Yes, Working for a Living was a Huey Lewis song in the 80's.

6th period is just talkative and they all talk in Spanish so I have no idea what they are saying. I may need to enforce a "no Spanish" policy. I just don't know if that is a battle that I want to take on.

Leann said...

I'm keeping my fingers crossed on the grad school front!!

Good luck with the tourney this weekend!! And have fun!

mapiprincesa! said...

Be safe, bring home the hardware!

I am certain that grad school will pan out for you; programs want people with life experience. You can tell immediately who has Lived versus who just graduated from uni and went on. Your choices will benefit you greatly.

Be well, Annabel.