I am finding out some interesting facts about the states where I have applications in for nursing school. I chose the states hoping to find less competition to get into the programs. After the fact, I decided to look into the public schools. I do have children that will require education while I myself am pursuing my degree. These are some of the states I applied to:
Alaska, Hawaii, North Dakota, Mississippi and of course Florida.
Three of the states I applied to are ranked as the Dumbest States in the United States. I kid you not. Three of the states where I hope to go to school are, in fact, NOT smarter than a fifth grader.
Fingers crossed that no matter where I go, I find some sort of quality education for my girls. Or at least a good banjo teacher, so when they are sitting on the river banks, they’ll be able to twang away. A girlz gotta have wicked mad skilz.
Here is my Fall 2010 Mom going back to school class schedule. My husband thought I needed to know where I was on what days and how much of my life was being consumed. As if I didn’t already know.
I think I feel much worse knowing that I can only pee every other Thursday between 2:12 AM and 2:14 AM.
Did we put “Feed the Mom” on this schedule anywhere? I should be looking good by beach season, because I don’t see food addressed anywhere on these charts…
Version 1 – College Algebra, otherwise known as Pre-Calculus
Now we come to Version 2 – Add Nutrition, Computers and Psychology. All being taken on campus. Don’t they let you take courses online these days?
Then we move to Version 3 – Move Computers and Psychology to online courses. Apparently they DO have online courses. I haven’t been able to change the Nutrition class to an online version. Next stop, an in-person trip to the Registrars office.
Version 4 – Move Nutrition to an online course. Now this week, after a trip to the Registrars office in person, I can change to an online course. I had to go in person to change to an online course because I couldn’t change to an online course online. Make sense?