School is going well. I completed my first semester in May, and walked away with an A- average.
Currently, I am taking a probability and statistics course on-line that is 15 weeks and ends in August - just in time to start classes again for fall term. I hate math, and while stats is interesting and applicable and I should know this, I hate it anyway.
I am looking forward to starting again in fall; my classes will be Nursing Philosophy and and a theories course. After that will start courses for my first 3 chapters of my thesis.
I love school -and there is so much to learn about nursing. So many theorists that weren't covered in undergrad! Even if I never directly use my Masters and become a professor, what I've learned from the classes will last a lifetime.
I figure if nursing is obsolete anytime soon I will go back to school for a degree in Botany, and go around giving lectures about how to raise roses and hydrangeas.
Anyway, thanks for asking! :kiss