Monday, April 19, 2010

Studying

That seems to be all I do most days, except watching M*A*S*H with Ziva. :-) Well, sometimes I study and watch M*A*S*H at the same time... Anyways, I have a chem exam this week, I had a bio exam last week, and I have a statistics exam in a week from now. And through all of this I still have labs and other homework. But you know? I'm having fun! My goal is to graduate valedictorian from RCC, and the last few have had 4.0 averages, so that's what I'm going for. I'm pretty sure I'll have all A's this semester, but I have to keep working hard to make sure it stays that way!

As for the twins, they haven't done anything new or interesting lately. Not walking, not talking. *sigh* The early intervention people are coming this Friday, so I'm looking forward to hearing their take on things. I know that there's still plenty of time for the twins to both walk and talk, but I just want to see if there is something I can do to help them along.

Well, I'd better get to bed. More studying (and work) in the morning!

4 comments:

Mrs. Gamgee said...

(Ok, totally random computer glitch... every time I try to read your post, it goes blank. Hmmm... thank heaven for the ability to pull it up here in the comment section)

Good luck with your tests! But don't overdo it!

I hope all goes well on Friday. I will be sending prayers and good thoughts.

Gayby Rabies said...

I'm glad to hear that there is still a little bit of time for M*A*S*H on your road to becoming valedictorian!

nancy said...

Wow - you are so busy. I can't believe you are handling school and twins all at the same time. You rule!

One of my best friends had twins. They both walked and talked later than average. The talking came way late - I don't know if it was due to twinspeak or not. So don't fret (it doesn't seem like you are) and they'll walk and talk before you know it. Karl was late walking and now he RUNS everywhere.

FET Accompli said...

Good luck with all the tests! Let us know how it goes with the early intervention people. Hugs!