Workshop Today

So today I attend­ed a voca­tion­al reha­bil­i­ta­tion work­shop called Oasis. I don’t recall what that stands for, but they want­ed to iden­ti­fy my inter­ests, apti­tudes, and abil­i­ties to help me go back to work. Yes, that’s what I’m aim­ing towards. It’s a slow process, though. They warned us yes­ter­day that it will take three months […]

An Update Instead of a Book Review!

I looked back at my recent entries and real­ized that it’s been a real­ly long time since I post­ed much of any­thing sub­stan­tive. I’m com­ing out of a long peri­od of being near­ly zomb­i­fied thanks to one of my med­ica­tions. I did­n’t real­ize that was hap­pen­ing, as I’d been on that drug for years without […]

School & More Reading

Reg­is­tra­tion clos­es tomor­row, so I have to decide before the end of the day whether or not I’m tak­ing class­es for the sum­mer semes­ter or not. Bah. I want a break, but if I’m not in school my stu­dent loans come out of defer­ment. I’ve been reading—and lov­ing—Patri­cia Brig­gs’ Mer­cy Thomp­son books. They’re a lot […]

And That’s the Week

I con­sid­er Sun­day the first day of the week rather than the last. It was a week full of appoint­ments for the girl and get­ting paper­work shuf­fled to var­i­ous bureau­cra­cies. Sam and I had love­ly dates Wednes­day and tonight, although we were so exhaust­ed Wednes­day that we turned in much ear­li­er than usual.

Stupid School!

I just found out that DeVry did­n’t “pack­age” my finan­cial aid for this semes­ter. Huh? I reg­is­tered the day reg­is­tra­tion opened, or near­ly so, as I recall. I was­n’t sched­uled to grad­u­ate. I did every­thing I’m sup­posed to do, in fact. Some­body there just dropped the ball. Why isn’t that sort of thing auto­mat­ed so that […]

Thank Goddess That’s Over

This was, offi­cial­ly, the Day of Dri­ving All Over Atlanta. Since Sam did all of the dri­ving, and I actu­al­ly only had to go to one of the five sched­uled appoint­ments, it’s ridicu­lous that I’m even tired. My poor sweet­ie is exhaust­ed! We’ve all seen our respec­tive health care providers, though, and Katie did most […]

Mah tahred hurts

Read it pho­net­i­cal­ly. When I’m real­ly tired, I fall back into the Alaba­ma accent. Made it to my appoint­ment this morn­ing. Made it to Katie’s appoint­ment on the oth­er side of the world. Then the car would­n’t crank. In fact, it would­n’t do any­thing at all. Not even the auto­mat­ic door locks were work­ing. No […]

Winter Semester Grades

A week into the Spring semes­ter, I final­ly got my Win­ter semes­ter grades: 99.7 in the career class, 97.6 in the project man­age­ment class. I should still have a 4.0, then. I’ve got to get my and Katie’s FAF­SAs done. I should have already done it. It feels so weird to think about the fact that […]

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