This should be my last year of college. But I’m honestly not quite sure where I want to end up, so I don’t know what I’ll do at the end of the year. At least I don’t have to worry about that *quite* yet. I do have some options, but I’ll figure it out later.
I am taking another fifteen credits this semester. Summer semester was a giant fail, and I will never, ever do that again. Ugh. I am anxious to get back into a normal semester routine. I’ve had my books for quite a while (I rented most of them but had to buy a few that came with DVDs/codes).
I only have my favorite teacher for one class this semester, and it’s just an online class, so I’m a little bummed about that. I have one class on campus this semester, American Sign Language, which is two hours a day, twice a week. That is very manageable, especially with the Northern Minnesota winter fast approaching.
I’m also taking another sign language class, Introduction to Deaf Culture, which is all online, so I’m assuming there will be a little bit less sign language, although I have all of the online programs they require. I’m also taking two child development classes for my degrees, which, after looking at the textbooks, seem like repeats of the same material that was covered the past two semesters but oh well.
As for planning, well, I’m not doing quite as much as I did last time. I skimmed through the textbooks this time, and am waiting to order a new planner for 2019, but until then, I will use my current inkWELL Press Planner – both dated and undated. (The undated version is not my favorite – I do like that it doesn’t have coils, but I don’t like that the cover keeps falling off. Hopefully, they will update that for the new collection that goes live September 5).