You should see my calendar. I have to check it every morning to make sure I know where I'm dropping M off. And M is being quite the trooper as she is shuffled from one place to the next, one person to the next. Honestly, I think she likes it. Being with my mother-in-law means she gets to spend the day at the farm which is, of course, super exciting. And being with her aunt means she gets to trash the house, eat whatever she wants, play with make up, playdoh, markers, and a drum set (possibly simultaneously). So, yeah, I think she's in seventh heaven. I, however, am going a wee bit bonkers with the all-over-the-place schedule and limited work time.
I am, once again, a college student as I signed up for a Graduate Studies in Literary Theory course. To be honest, I don't truly know what the hell I am thinking. Here I am raising a two-year-old, working a full-time job, growing a baby, but hey, why not take a graduate level course in literature for shits 'n' giggles.
Then again, I am super excited. It has been 10 years (exactly 10 years as of December) since I have been a student, and I can't wait for the semester to start. Now, if I fail horribly due to a serious lack of time, I may not be so excited, but I'm hopeful that I will not only manage, but thrive. And if this experiment works out, I may actually go for a second Masters degree.
While waiting to start reading my textbooks, I've picked up a book inspired by the prompts for Nonfiction November. I decided to become an expert in Freak Shows. Yep, that's the topic I chose. Freak Shows.
I actually have one more book on freak shows waiting in the wings, and I hope to at least get it started before I make my Nonfiction November post.
So how are you guys doing?