School starts on Tuesday, but my classes are on Mondays and Wednesdays – in the morning. I am going to be going part-time, which is three classes: english, math and speech. I know only one teacher – my speech teacher. She attends Fellowship Forney, a church I used to attend. 😛 Small world…
Wal-Mart was having a sale on shoes today, and I needed a new pair of tennis shoes – $10 on selected pairs! I bought a pair of Danskin Now shoes and a pair of Dr. Scholl’s shoes for $20 total. 😀 I have a hard time finding a pair of shoes that I like. My Converse shoes are size 7 1/2, and I wear size 8 1/2. However, the Danskins seemed to be half a size to one size too small, so I had to get a 9 in them. o.o Long story short, I have new shoes! 😀
Tomorrow (Friday) I will try my best to reply to everyone’s comments. I will probably – most likely – reduce my posting frequency to one to two times per week; between school starting (and hopefully a new job) I doubt I will have much time to blog as much as I do. >.< I still will, but I am going to strive for A’s so I can hopefully receive scholarships since I will have to go to a four-year college/University to receive my Bachelor’s. 😛 Feel free to follow me on Twitter though (@gotjane)!
Speaking of school, does anyone know where I can get a cute – not too expensive – tote bag to carry my books in? If it doesn’t have compartments, that is okay; I can just purchase a cosmetic bag from Nicole for my pencils and such! 😛
My mom is going to school, too, but her classes are from 10:40 to 3 pm, whereas mine are from 8 am to about 12:50 pm. Since I’ll have Mimi’s truck on Mondays and Wednesdays I figured I could stop by the outlet of stores between TVCC and home and see if anyone is hiring. It seems like it would be at a convenient location, no? If not, the places near home will suffice.
I think my mom is nervous about going back to school. It’s been a while for her (20 years), and she has kids. As long as Lard helps out, she should be fine. -.-
She and I are going to school on grant money – I received two (one was because I graduated secondary school within ten years), and she received one. We’re practically going for free. I’m not trying to brag. I just think it’s really cool, and a great opportunity. I couldn’t have gone to school without the money, and I now look at FAFSA as a positive thing – not a negative thing. In high school teachers told students that they would have years to pay off their loans, so that’s what I thought FAFSA was all about. But it’s not. It’s so much better.