This month will be the busiest month for Iyanna and I. According to her school calendar/newsletters, there are a plethora of projects that she needs to complete and that look like a lot of fun for her and I. This weekend, we have to make two books and an Indian headband. This is right up my alley! I :heart: arts and crafts!

On my end, this is technically the last month of the semester. So that means exams, projects, presentations and the like. I have already been assigned 9 case briefs for my Management class, a database & Website to create for my Programming class, and a presentation for my Marketing class. :smug: I’ll get it all DONE, nonetheless.

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  1. Tamara

    November 5, 2009 at 6:46 pm

    you are such a hardworking dedicated women; its hard not to be motivated when i come here and read about what you have to get done and what youre going to accomplish. ahh refreshing!

    i love how you make yourself a major part of your child’s school projects. i wish i had that growing up. then maybe i wouldnt have been so stressed out about stuff. most the time my parents hadnt a clue of what was on my schedule/agenda. by the time i needed help it was far too late and the assignments where way too advanced for them to assist me DX

  2. Dominique

    November 6, 2009 at 10:45 am

    I swear it’s like English class coming to your site. I learn a new word in every post. I never heard of plethora until now. Thanks for the vocab lessons!! :-D

    Sounds like your hands are more full than usual. I don’t think I can ever do that with all the time in the world given and I have not another person to care for in the world, yet you have two little bundles of joy and yourself to care for. How the hell do you do it?!! Hope you and Iyanna have tons of fun with her projects.

  3. Carla

    November 6, 2009 at 1:56 pm

    I understand how crucial it is to be apart of my child’s life. Nevertheless, I want to be apart of her development and her growth. It’s amazing to see and hear some of the things that she does and says. I can remember my mom being apart of my education tremendously and it has helped me to this day. I practice a lot of what she does. Plus, it’s always get to see how her imagination works. :))

  4. Carla

    November 6, 2009 at 2:05 pm

    lol @ vocabulary lessons! You’re welcome hun! What do you mean you don’t have anyone to care for?? You have CHEWY!!!! :D

    Sometimes, I don’t even know how I do it. I get up at 5:45 AM three days a week to take my daughter to the bus stop and then I’m off to my 8:00AM class. Then, for the other two days, I’m waking up at 6:30AM. It’s good that we have a schedule…it’s better that my son is accustomed to it as well! LOL.

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