I almost cannot believe that it is nearly the end of the first module of my program. Last night, I turned in the second annotation (although I'm sure it needs some revamping because I was having some issues getting all of the info condensed into one little chunk). Now all that is left for the module is revision. Revisions are due next Monday, so that will sort of wrap up things.
Now I have to get writing. I vowed the other day that I wouldn't let my fear get in the way, and that I would write something, but I haven't done that yet. Not because of the fears, but because of time constraints. I need to set aside the time and just start writing. There are so many things I want to write about, it is all a big jumble. Maybe I need to start with just listing out everything that has been on my mind so I can free up some space to tackle them all.
One of the things I'm thankful for is the fact that I met such great people in England. Jerisha and Theresa have kept me sane and motivated throughout this module, and I don't know what I would have done without them. Isn't it amazing that you can meet someone when you least expect to be bonding with anyone and end up relying on them for a major part of your life? They are amazing!