OMG I haven’t written in forever? Where does the time go? How do all the hours get filled up with all the little things we do in a minute? I feels impossible that more than a month has gone by in such a short stretch of time.

To all those who thought I couldn’t graduate in June, I’d like to say a premature ‘I-told-you-so’. I only have to finish 1/2 of an English 12 and Math 11 courses, a socials, and some electives which need loose ends tied. Pretty darn rockin’, hunh? I just finished some very disjointed essays to complete by Earth Science course and a Spanish exam (90%!), so that’s a few more knocked off the list. I’m pretty stoked to start a short story unit, which they are changing so I can study F. Scott Fitzgerald stories, which if you haven’t read any- or haven’t for awhile- I would recommend checking out any of them. They are kind of his ‘under appreciated’ works, after The Great Gatsby and all. I think they are pretty darn good though.

I’ve been exhausted the last few days. I feel like there a lead pipes in my bones, that weigh me down when I try to move, and rattle-shake when I shift position. The fatigue feels more in my mind though; a giant slug has taken up residence there and has eaten my brain. I think today will be plentifully unproductive, and I’m fine by that.

I’m going to get my Huber needle changed today. Wahoo, I know, but kind of important. It is SO itchy…skin wasn’t meant to stay under plastic wrap for so long. The needle is staying out for a few days, as I’m supposed to be off drugs. We even have an appointment to get the needle removed, which makes a nice change from ER. I will have to review my notes in more detail without the slug-brain in order to tell you how this came to pass. More later.

2 Comments on Gosh

  1. natalie
    April 8, 2010 at 1:07 pm

    Hey Nicole-
    I am so proud of you- go get ’em!
    There was never a doubt in my mind- you are a force to be reckoned with.
    90% for spanish? I think its time to travel down south for a test run; that should be good enough for a translators status!
    I also enjoy the Fitzgerald works. We are doing Great Gatsby this year in English- we watched the movie- such a beautiful era!
    Keep up your blogs!<3

  2. Anonymous
    April 17, 2010 at 2:52 pm

    Hello little one. I like the new look of the blog. :)You are very much entitled to your I-told-you-so. I love you and I am SO proud of you!!!
    mucho lovin’


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