Thursday, March 6, 2008


I've been so busy lately......I feel like I need a few days to catch up. Jen was sick on Tuesday (she had a fever at daycare) so I left work to pick her up. I stayed home with her yesterday.....worked from home....and she was perfectly fine. No more fever. THANK GOODNESS!! Let's just say she went back to school today.

I am teaching another class at MLPA on March 29th, this time it is a kids class. They will be making a small wreath with their picture and name on it (I'll post a picture of the sample when I am done with it). The kids really do love to make crafts/projects so this one should be fun!!!

I have also been taking some photography classes (just for fun, not for school) and tonight is my second one.....I am loving it!!! I think there are two or three more classes in the hopefully I will come out of them with a little bit more knowledge when using my Nikon. The first class was filled with all kinds if great information so I am sure that tonight's class will be just as good.

School for me starts back up next week. My next class is Financial Management. Yuck. The good news is that I only have 11 classes after that to get my degree.

JUST 11 MORE TO GO!!!!!! I have to keep reminding myself that I am at the downward slope of school and that it WILL be finished. Eventually. Most days I just want it to be over.

Steph is excited to start soccer in a couple of weeks (and I am excited to take pictures of soccer in a couple of weeks). Jen has no clue what is going on. She will just show up and be cute.

Other than that......not much else going on. Oh, I submitted a few layouts to a magazine to see if I can get published. I have my fingers and toes crossed. I'll post if I hear anything.

1 comment:

Rachael said...

Glad Jen's feeling better!!

Your classes will be a big hit, I'm sure!!

I'll be looking forward to your photog lessons! ;)

You are doing awesome with your classes!!! So glad you're on the downswing!! Very exciting!!!

Good luck with the submissions!

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