I'm on the (as previously described) roller coaster of emotions. I have human anatomy lab and today we begin working on the face. I don't know if you realize what that means, and I won't go into detail, but it will be emotional for most people. I don't need to add that to my life, but I also need to get over it so I can get ready for a big quiz during Thursday's class. Wondering what nice and encouraging things people had written to me overnight is what got me out of bed this morning. I was supposed to be in class at 8:30am for lecture, then 9:30am for the lab, so I still have 2 hours before my dr's appointment at 11:30am. What do I do....how do I make myself go and see what I will have to see inevitably...and have my classmates wonder why I'm crying..again?
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