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Saturday, March 16, 2013

87 days

in 87 days i return to maine for homecoming. 

writing senior exams. two days of testing, case studies. review of all that we have done. and the graduation. 

there are only four from my class graduating this term, eleven total from what i can deduce. this is the average in which most midwifery programs graduate new candidates on a yearly basis. 


i need to start studying, but reviewing the last three years is daunting.

i at least tried to organize some of my course work yesterday so i have a guide. still more to do. 

this is a reality check though, because in this time period i'll also be packing up and moving. not really sure where. to a storage unit in regina? for the time being i guess. and then the plan is to drive across to maine. so there is a week lost there. 

umm...Ok maybe 75 days of studying. 

i think my blood pressure just spiked. 

send help. 

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