Thursday, January 21, 2010

Forgive me...

Alright so I haven't updated this blog in awhile. I just started back to school and I'm taking 7 credits; it's not too bad. I have business math and financial accounting. The teachers are great, but since these classes are both heavily based in numbers, there isn't much room for a curve in the grading scale. You either get the problems right or you don't. So I am stressing a little, but I do have 90 minutes between classes that allows me to work on homework and study (without interruption) so hopefully I can get a decent grade.
Paul and I went to the Suns game last nighit. I totally forgot my camera, which stunk because we had good seats! I could've gotten some great pictures of the players. I wore some new shoes (why?) and because the parking garage is not next door to the arena, we walked, and I got a blister on the back of my foot. I knew better, I just wanted my shoes to match my sweater. It was all for the sake of vanity.
Joel started preschool yesterday (it's actually the school districts early intervention program). He was a little shy about going with his teacher to begin with, but according to her, he warmed up right away and enjoyed himself. He will also be receiving weekly speech therapy while he is there, so we don't have to pay for it anymore! Yay.
Anyway, sorry this is so incredibly boring and doesn't have any good pictures. I will try and do better next time.


  1. It sounds like you are off to a good start on your new term. How fortunate to have that 90- minute break in between to do your studying so you won't have as much to do at home!

    I'm glad that Joel was able to get into his pre-school, too. I'm sure he will really enjoy it and will make some good progress with his speech being around all the other children.

    Sorry about your sore feet, but we just CAN'T have shoes that don't match our matter the pain!!! :-P

    Also, I love you new layout!

  2. Hope he enjoys the new preschool! Paige has a speech disorder, so we have quite a bit of experience with the school special ed preschool. Send me an email or give me a call if you run into any issues with the district. Going toe-to-toe with the schools to get appropriate services has somehow become my hobby.

    I'm also thinking about going back to school (a PT law program), but haven't committed to anything just yet. Your post doesn't make it sound too fun! Good luck this semester!

  3. i made the shoe mistake once at a concert while six months pregnant...walked the streets barefoot which was gross and not good times for my feet...hope they feel better soon :)