Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Spelling and a Degree

As I have mentioned in past posts I am about to receive my degree. I have to say after 4.5 years of hard work I am nervous about this. I have no idea what I want to do with my life. I started my degree program when I was a single mom shortly after my divorce. I had a clear vision of what I wanted to do in life. Now I am married with #3 on the way and frankly I am so involved in being a mom, I have no idea what I want to do on the career side of my life. Another disappointing aspect of all of my hard work is that I still can not spell. I can't spell "unfortunately". Along with many other words. So what did my degree actually buy me except a dependency of spell check. I will say I am much better about run on sentences. Thank goodness!

On another random note, can somebody please get my husband a memo on pregnant woman and desert? When I say (at 9 months pregnant) that I want some desert, it doesn't mean I would like to get up and get us desert. It actually means please get me something sweet. Now I do not usually play the whole beat around the bush girl thing. I am very direct. This instance is just me thinking I could use some pampering or at least a little sympathy and want you to know what I want without me begging. Okay that is that.

Today we had so much fun on a play date. A neighbor I just met has a little girl the same age as LD. They had such a great time together! They held hands walking around the mall - adorable! I look forward to future play dates with our neighbors.


  1. men need to be quicker for us pg women:) And I love seeing lil kids and their first friends.. always soo presh:)

  2. Congratulations on the degree! I am impressed you could do it while being a mother. I don't think I could find the motivation.

    (Thanks for coming and commenting and following my blog! Do you mean that I should use curtains for the bag or make curtains out of the skirt? Now that I write this, the second option doesn't seem like the right one . . . )