Yes! I am finally finished. Well, that's not completely true. I still have some lifeguarding reading to do (it's such a waste of time to read about lifesaving...) and some stuff to write up for English, but lucky me! my prof decided that our paper was due after break, not before, so I don't have to worry about that until I'm sitting at home by myself next week, bored out of my mind. So other than that, let's talk about the other good things that happened this week:
I got to meet some accepted seniors from high school and answer their questions. It was a lot of fun to help them out, and it was a good reminder of how far I've come since last spring when I was making the same choices they are. I'm looking forward to doing it again in the next few weeks.
Because I am getting recertified and have done all of this stuff before, I didn't have to practice the saves over and over again in lifeguarding, I just got to be a victim for everyone. I didn't have to do the crappy thing where you sit at the bottom of the pool, I got to be an active drowner and splash around a bunch. Fun.
My English teacher gave me an A+ on my last paper and specifically asked me to help a girl in my class structure hers. It makes me feel like I've definitely made a good choice in switching majors, no matter how much of a problem having to make up for so few credit hours this semester turns out to be.
Only three more days and I won't be stressing about classes! I don't think I have ever been so distracted by the thought of a break. Except for maybe at the end of high school, but you know...that's different.