Well, I'm almost done with my first nursing class. I got my teaching plan back and I'm very happy with my grade. Just have to study and take my final before Sunday and I'm done. Then I start my nursing assessment class on Monday, which I think I'm going to like more than this first one.
I've heard from Katie, and I'm proud to say that she is going to her classes and doing what's necessary to be successful at college. I heard today that got an 88% on her 2nd Biology Test. She got an upper "C" on her Shakespeare essay, as she said, she's "glad that it was not written in red ink because the paper would be bleeding". I'm glad that she has her sense of humor intact - and she has plans on what she can do to try to write in the way the professor wants for the next paper. I encouraged her that's why she's in college to learn new things even though I know it's hard to get a grade you're not happy with. I'm proud that she has really turn her life around going to classes, turning in assignments and taking her tests. She's also went to the Office of Disability, and did what was necessary to have accommodations and they have been started. I hear that she is enjoying her softer back chair and that all the accomodations are helping. She is waiting to hear back about if the bus can pick her up at the house but has been classified to get the lower bus fair.
This has been a good day in my opinion.
How could we imagine such a thing?
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