I always thought I'd get my master's degree in education...then life happened, I had Kamden, got busy with teaching, then I switched careers and wanted to get my MBA, then I had Kendall, and life happened again :)
So here I am staying home and definitely keeping busy with Kendall each day. I've had a file on my desk to apply for graduate school for about 3 years now. Well, I finally did it. I was accepted and even received some grants to help cover the cost.
I will be working toward my masters in special education from Texas Tech University...mostly online. Initially I wanted to just get my supplemental teaching certification to be a certified teacher of the Visually Impaired. But after talking to a few advisers, I decided I'd better commit to the whole thing if the certification was going to get me half-way to my master's degree anyway. And now it's official. I start classes in January :)
I certainly don't know what the future holds for my family, but the way I see it, the things I will learn will only help me help Kendall along the way....so it's a win-win.
So it's back to school I go. Maybe it will be different this time around without the 5 nights a week fraternity parties and skipping classes. (sorry, mom and dad...you sent me to a private Christian University....what did you expect?!)