25 August 2009

school girl

Meaning me, not Blue. I start classes today. I wonder if Jonathan will take a picture of me on my first day of school.

Today will be a bit crazy. I decided last night to take another of my prerequisites along with Anatomy. I just need to get through the prerequisites as quickly as possible to get on the wait list for nursing school. "Hurry up and wait," right? So today I am meeting with an advisor after picking Blue up from kindergarten to try to get into an English class. And then racing home to drop the kids off with Jonathan so I can go to my Anatomy class. Then, if I can get into the class, the English class starts tonight! I just hope I can get in to see an advisor in the hour I have this afternoon. We'll see...

I know that does not really sound like a crazy day. But everything tends to take so long with the kids. Just getting everyone buckled into the car takes so long! I guess life at Glenbogle house will be a lot crazier with me in school.

Last night after Jonathan got home from work I ran out to take the English placement test. So I can qualify for the class I need to take. When I got home, Jonathan heated up a big bowl of pasta for me and Blue asked, "How was school, Mommy? Tell me all about your day!" I felt so loved.

7 comments:

Olivia said...

LOVE IT! or should I say, "Heat It!"? :D

Anonymous said...

I'm so proud of both my girls!!!!
-J

joyfullgrrrl said...

that is so adorable and awesome! you go girl! i mean girls!

Retainer Girl said...

Exciting! Good luck.

Christina said...

Go, Erin; Go, Erin! It's your Birthday! Go! go! go! Gooooooooooooooo!! :):)

LYLAS/BOFA (tee hee)
P.S. Thank you so much for my bday wishes. :)

Megan Garcia said...

Dude! I had no idea that when you have kids you actually have to leave half an hour earlier then planned because it takes so long to load everything in. Oy!

diana.daniel said...

Yay!! Welcome to the nursing school process!! I am loving it right now. I am taking the 8-credit first year fundamentals class and Geriatrics. On our first day of lab, we learned about giving oral meds, IM and SQ injections and IV push meds.

I am really loving it! Good Luck from one baby nurse to another!