This is me after officially completing my second-to-last class for my graduate program at 8:21 this evening, only leaving my capstone thesis between me and my diploma: This is also me: But also me: and also me … … … Is it May yet? Advertisements
[TLDR version] It’s like this: For those of you following the intriguing scattered random chronicles of my life, you’ll know I had the dumbass idea of starting a full time graduate program in January this year. I finished three classes in May then picked up two more a week later. They were six week courses and they both covered the material … More What It’s Like to Work Full Time While Getting a Master’s Degree
Yesterday evening I was sitting in my car in the ASU Cronkite lot, putting food in my face, when a guy came up to my window and indicated I should roll it down. “Hi,” he said, “do you know you’re getting a flat tire?” I’m pretty sure it took me something like twenty seconds to … More Putting on the Hazards
I have started, stopped, restarted, erased, started again, and temporarily given up on about twelve blog posts over the past few months. I’ll get the idea for a post based off life observations, random epiphanies, or stories from my life that hold some kind of personal meaning (all of which stick to the theme of this … More Time and Energy
This post jumps all over the place, but then again so do I. So maybe it works out, somehow. Today I looked back a bit over this blog, which I started in April 2012. 100 posts later, I am marveling at the life journey I’ve had since I started Shorts and Snippets, particularly over this past year … More My 100th Post, Some Recaps, and A Farewell to Sanity
[Picture is of Sunny after her first painting. She doesn’t have a plan set in stone for her life, either!] I’m pretty sure I came out of the womb having a plan for my life. I might even say I know I did. When I was twelve hours old, the doctors brought me to my … More It’s Okay to Not Know
My first semester of grad school officially ended last night after I submitted my last final. And so for the first time since mid-January, I woke up on a Sunday morning (after sleeping in till nearly 7), got out of bed, made breakfast, then sat down and tried to decide what I wanted to do. … More I’m Free!