At the end of this semester, I will be junior. I have done far more and far better than I ever imagined. I looked back at this blog post today. This sign still hangs on my door. Thanks, Mia.
Yes, I am attempting the Ultimate Blog challenge again. I am already a couple of days behind because of the nasty flu virus that inhabited my body on Christmas day. It took an arsenal of drugs to push it out of my body, but it left me with broncopneumonia. I have another batch of drugs to fight this battle.
Some may question my resolve in attempting the challenge when I will begin college classes tomorrow. I haven’t been in a college class in over 40 years. My friend Anna, who is a junior at the same school has been very supportive and encouraging. However, as she prepared to return to campus these past few days, her support has taken a different tone. “Your life as you know it is over” she told me last night. “Just wait and see,” she said with a perverted gleam in her eye.
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Sometimes when we begin something, we have no real expectations of being able to complete the exercise. Then we surprise ourselves. I remember feeling very alive when I went back to college (in my late 30’s or early 40’s). Don’t you just love it when we try something new and it actually works? Good for you!
It is interesting to begin something and think you may be defeated before you start. LOL But, it is such a great feeling to accomplish something you weren’t sure you could do.