Wednesday, June 24, 2009


Well I registered for classes last week and talked to financial aid and all that good stuff. Yay! I will be a full-time student starting Aug 31st. I am taking: Probability & Statistics; Anatomy & Physiology 1; Speech Communication; Concepts of Computer Applications. Thats a total of 13 hours. And I found out after looking at my transcript that my GPA is 3.8, which is certainly better than a 3.6!
So getting to the good stuff...Sophie! She's doing great eating like a big girl. She eats 3 meals a day and drinks from a sippy cup. She's been in a really great mood this week. Its so fun to play with her. She loves to dance and listen to music. Its wonderful. I think she's finally learning that she's not the center of the universe anymore. haha. Now that she's getting older, she's gotta learn that its not "all about her" anymore. Otherwise, we're gonna have BIG problems when Peanut is born.
Speaking of Peanut, I am 17 1/2 weeks pregnant and I wanna know the gender of this child!!!!! They haven't even scheduled the ultrasound yet, though. That's disappointing. However, I am confident that it will be scheduled at my next doctor's appointment.
We are taking Sophie to her first Drive-In movie this Friday! We are going to see "Up". I am very excited. It will be my first Drive-In as well, so its going to be fun. I've arranged for someone to come into work for me at 7:30p, so I can get home and we can get Sophie loaded up and get over there to park in a good spot.
This weekend is my last weekend at work before the 4th of July weekend! I have that whole weekend off to enjoy time with my family. On Friday, Michael is working, so Sophie and I will probably go downstairs to visit with Donna and Mike (my in-laws) for awhile and then go to Erwin to see the family for awhile. On Saturday (the 4th), we will be spending the day with Michael's family. I think we are going to Uncle Andy's house to play baseball (I'm not sure if I'll end up playing, but you never know) and cookout. Last year we went to see the fireworks at Freedom Hall, but the year before that we set them off at Donna and Mikes. So we will see. Personally, I love watching the fireworks at Freedom Hall. They are gorgeous. Setting them off is fun, but I always get nervous because Michael never seems to be cautious enough, in my opinion. Regardless of what we do, I know we'll have a great time. On Sunday, we are having a picnic/cookout at Grammas house with my family. That will be fun, too.
Anyhow, I have gotta get stuff done today, and its not gonna get done if I don't get off the computer. So ta-ta for now!

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