We’re almost done!
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The fall semester is almost ending
Being in Virginia has made me realize that I just LOVE fall season.
This semester is ending almost in a month
I am so excited that November here!
Sometimes good ideas come from disciplined planning and structured learning, and sometimes they arise by happenstance.
Fall break is approaching
I can live without social media.
Everything seems new to me
I guess planning for graduation seems to be my current stress reliever.
Will learning occur?
Thrilling and daunting transitions....
What if I couldn’t keep up with everyone because I am completely devoid of upper body strength? I think it is fair to say that a decent portion of my daily thinking is dominated by “what ifs”.
Anxious, excited, nervous, etc. It’s hard to imagine that I will get through this summer with classes, my GA, and internship.
It is such an exciting time. It is such a milestone. You are graduating with your Master’s Degree in Education. What an accomplishment!
As graduation approached. I needed to find the perfect dress, get my cap and gown, and decide where I wanted to go to dinner after the ceremony with my friends and family. I was excited and proud of my accomplishments.
I am so excited to get a piece of home especially since I have been feeling homesick for the past couple of days.
We expected changes to be forged in our minds. We may not have expected the changes etched in our hearts.
While I can honestly say this does not always happen, I try to frequently remind myself to take care of myself. During graduate school, it is easy to become consumed with the reading, homework, projects, and, well, daily life.
This switch in perspective comes with the realization that in only a few months’ time, the familiar surroundings that I have come to know these past three years will change and with it, the start of a new chapter in my life.
This blog, like several others, comes from the seat of a plane, wherein five hours’ time, I will be setting down on Oahu, to attend the 2014 American Counselor’s Association conference.
It’s an amazing feeling when you are on the other side of what you would consider a hard week.
I just recently read one of those memes floating around Facebook that couldn’t have been more true. It said, “If you experience 4 seasons in 2 days, you must be in Virginia!” Just last Saturday, we had a gorgeous 60 degree day, and by Monday we had ice and snow!
It’s the day of love, where we receive a special something from loved ones. Chocolates, cards, and flowers, Oh my! So why am I not feeling it this year?
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