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Monday, January 11, 2010

A New Beginning... School

I am so nervous, yet so excited. Today marks officially the first day of school for me. I am going for my Bachelor's in Psychology! So far I am a week ahead in my classes since I have ben working a head, that is what happens when you chose a all online school. You know your assignments way a head of time.

I am apprehensive due to the fact that reading over others posts I see them using words I can't get my mind around. Hell for the first assignment I had to have mom decipher a sentence for me in order to complete my tasks. Now mind you, I'm not a stupid person, but my mind doesn't focus or comprehend as it should. So I can see right now that this is going to be a issue for me.

Seeing all the big words that the others are using and me not knowing the definitions is a scary feeling, specially when I know that I have to go hand in hand with my laptop just to find the meanings of things in order to get by. I left my dictionary and thesaurus in Georgia, so I will have to carry my laptop at all times just to complete an offline task. LOL. Boy will I look funny having it like a leash around my neck.

So yes I am scared but extremely excited about returning to school....

1 comment:

Wendy Burnett said...

Good for you! Going back to school is a scary, exiting thing, and I wish you all the best. One suggestion: see if your school provides disability support services. If they do, they should be able to help you with the comprehension issues.