So it was pointed out to me, that I have completely neglected to mention that the school year has ended, let alone mention how I did. Finals week was hectic, but I scraped by with a C in Psychology, and an A in each of my other two classes for Spring. So my final GPA for the year is 3.7, which is only a minor step down from my 4.0 first semester. I wish I could have pulled down an A in Psych and maintained the 4.0, but I am proud that I at least passed and retained knowledge. I hope to do better in any future psychology courses.
Tomorrow I plan to go
by TCC and request my transcripts to make transitioning to a Texas
school easier for the Fall semester, and to sell the books I will not be
keeping. I'm keeping my American Sign Language textbook and DVDs, and
my Religions of the World, and English books. My book for English should
help for further classes.
As rough as my health has been the
last year I'm really quite proud of how well I managed to do. My
professors really were willing to work with me when I was in and out of
the hospital so much in Fall, for which I am thankful, and my health
mostly stabilized by Spring, though it improved drastically with the
change in medication in February.
Since finals week I have been
busy with packing, and pairing down my possessions to a reasonable
amount. I own more than I realized and I have been carefully going
through and packing, trashing, and donating as necessary. I have a ways
to go, but each day I make a small amount of progress, and some days I
do REALLY well.
We should be safely out of Virginia by the end
of the month, and from there my internet access will be sporadic. My
cell phone is definitively cut off, but I will have my laptop and plan
to go into town once Osaka and I safely reach Tennessee, to send Mom
some landmark pictures so that she can recognize what to look for coming
in towards the property.
ETA: OH YEAH. I forgot to mention that EVERY SINGLE professor
I have had, has encouraged me to pursue teaching, specifically at the
college or university level. Kind of an important thing to forget. :P I will probably actually listen to all seven of my professors and switch my major to education.