|On Friday she was barfing her guts out with 24 hour flu;|
the bucket's still there but now it appears papers are
what's been barfed out. What a way to study!
This year went by at times painfully slow and on whole, remarkably fast. Today is the first day of finals (first semester finals were a joke but that's for another blog), so today is the first "real" final for biology. And I am a wreck.
I know it's not about me.
I don't have to take the darn test. But the Herculean effort I have put in to helping this kid learn how to learn all year long is coming down to two days: today and tomorrow. And this morning's breakfast is still a rock in my stomach until 12:20 when I see Katie to hand her her yearbook (that she forgot this morning) and look at her face to see if she survived - oh, and maybe got a passing grade (because seriously, I do NOT want to do this over again).
Oh there's so much to share about freshman year and now that it's coming to a close, I think I will have time to reflect, record and release (you knew I had to find another "r" word because school is all about the three "r's" isn't it?).
So for now, this blog will serve as my faux Xanax as I wait for word and get ready for tomorrow's second mad dash to her math final (thankfully English isn't having one - first time that horrible teacher has done something good!).
And then I will start a list of blog topics: How I Survived Her Freshman Year.
UPDATE: I got an excited text from her that she got 100% on her lab book - her choice to focus on that last night was a good one - and she thought the final wasn't that bad. She's off the lunch with friends before sweating the math final tomorrow. Whew. One down, one to go!