Faith in things hoped for

The end is near. It is in sight.

Classes are over. Finals just around the corner. By this time next week, I will be freer than I’ve been since that very first day I started kindygarten nearly twenty years ago. By this time next week, I will be, for the first time since I was five, unencumbered by deadlines and due dates and final projects and reports. Even then, way back all those years ago, when school would let out for the summer I could never really enjoy it because it wasn’t OUT out. There was always another grade to start, another semester to trudge on miserably through.

But now?

Now I am finished.

Or nearly finished.

I can taste the freedom. I can smell the relief. I can feel the weight start gradually to lift.

But we mustn’t get ahead of ourselves.

Because I’m not there yet.

Nearly there, but not quite.

Please: just bear with me for a few more harrowing days. Just a few more hard things to get out of the way (including a portfolio, a final exam, a 25 page paper and some major work projects) before I can once again devote some serious time and attention to this blog, and to writing in general.

It will come.

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8 Responses to Faith in things hoped for

  1. irene says:

    good luck!!! we’ll be waiting for your comeback!!! :)

  2. the MIL says:

    LOL!! That pic is truly from the dark side. It’s kinda freaking me out.

    Let’s go celebrate after you’re done!!!!!

  3. Alaina says:

    I know this feeling all too well…I was the same way when I finished law school. Hang tight. The end is near, and then comes the celebration!

  4. jami says:

    I am so impressed that you will be done! Jealous as well. Make sure and go eat a yummy turkey sandwich, with avocado, bacon, and lots of sprouts (maybe you don’t like sprouts) to celebrate!

  5. chelsie says:

    That is until you do something stupid like me and sign up for grad school…

  6. Good luck!!! I can’t wait until you can return and start giving me all my Mormon info updates!

  7. Whitney says:

    Yay!!! You can do it!

  8. CaJoh says:

    The best of skill in managing your new found freedom.

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