Okay, these bears are harder to deafeat than I anticipated...

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Back Again...
                                        ...While I've been gone my President remained my President, I had the highest GPAs in both my department and my major last school year, Star Wars was sold to Disney, I developed an obsession with roller coasters, and I am totally looking forward to Christmas for once.

      So, tomorrow is my hatching/spawning/birth day. I'll be...older. This Thursday my husband is taking me to the Twilight movie marathon which ends with the midnight release of Breaking Dawn pt.2. Friday I am heading to Washington DC with my cuddle-bunny and some friends. This is only my second trip to DC. The first was a couple of weeks ago and involved a trip to the State Department for a multi-national conference. This time, though, it's all for fun!
      I've been tutoring at ECSU for two weeks now and I absolutely love it. I've been offered loads of post-grad opportunities this semester. I have registered for my next (spring) and final semester at ECSU. As it turns out, I need three credits to graduate, but I'll be taking a full 18hour load instead. As such, I expect to be quite happily busy since I will also still be working at in the library at COA and at ECSU as a tutor again. I've decided I'll be applying to ECU and ODU for fall grad school. ECU really seems like the better fit, and I'm crazy excited about it. I've decided to pursue British Literatures as Cultural Studies. It cover all things British Isles including the Brit founded colonies of Australia, India, Canada, and America. Never a dull moment there, eh?
      As for my bizarrely happy longing for Christmas, I'm going to Christmas Town at Busch Gardens Williamsburg, VA on the 1st of December. It won't be the only time this time though. Jackson and I will have extra company and have opted to pay for Santa's Fireside Feast. Last year my biggest complaints all stemmed from hunger (not a happy hungry bloke at all!) but this time I'll be well fed going in to things. On top of that, we'll be going to Colonial Williamsburg for the actual Holiday again. I've made quite certain that the hotel we are staying at has a fridge and microwave in the room, and that it has an attached restaurant which will be open. We will also be attending at least one tavern feast on Christmas day. I also planned absolutely nothing to occupy our time there this year, so no dashing about or complaints about dashing about from the hubby this year.
      Anyway, I've got a paper to write, so0 tootles!

Spring Schedule at ECSU:

Research Methods in Literature
English Literature of the 18th Century
Creative Writting Poetry
Technical Writting
French 201
Hindi 101

I am also learning to type without looking at the keyboard.


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