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just thought I'd dump some thoughts here so they'd stop bouncing around in my head and keeping me awake

I might be failing this term of biology due to a lack of interest, can't quite bring myself to care about the taxonomic classifications of critters that been dead a million years and others you need a real good microscope to see.

at 31 I should be able to put my nose to the grindstone and learn the crap anyway, but I work best when others are relying on me and homework is all for my benefit.

of course spending 4 days a week doing not school stuff when under a 19 credit hour load might not be the best time management, but I want my PDC and to be there for family and to get my garden rolling too.

so if anyone wants to pray with me that I made just enough points to pass this dammed class and never have to think about it again, I'd be greatfull for the extra energy.

tonight I'm getting enough rum in me to not think about school till morning, that way I'll sleep through the night for the first time in a couple weeks maybe

Enjoy!

 
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It's a lot harder to learn anything new the older you get - our brains are wired that way - it's just easier to learn when you're young (especially if you're very young).  So you should pat yourself on the back for going to school at all at your age! Here, I'll do it for you *pat pat* 
 
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Good news
Grade is already up for the biology course I was sweating bullets about I can't say I'm proud of that  c but I shore is glad tis over.
Prof. Must have graded the paper n posted my scores soon as she was up this mornin.

Grades in other courses should be good
 
                                      
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Congrats, I also got a C in biology also, It is kinda hard to learn all the boring stuff about taxonmic classifications, Im just glad its  all over also.
 
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