What happened to my summer

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I don’t know why in the world I thought that it was going to be a good idea to take four classes in the summer semester. Not the easy classes like writing and sociology, but classes that I would not even feel comfortable taking in a regular semester as a full time student (i.e pre-calculus, cell biology). It is already the end of July and it just seems like the whole entire summer flew by and all I did was sit here at this desk with my books open frantically trying to cram all of this subject matter into my brain.

I cannot wait for this semester to be over. After this I only have seven more classes left unit I am officially a college graduate! But that’s just the start of the fun! After this nightmare is over I can look forward to 42 more credits of graduate work in Public Health. Including a THESIS. :D

Goodbye summers, one day we will enjoy our time together.

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