Classes are almost over. I did my presentation on Tourette's Syndrome and handed in my paper - I'm sure I will get an A on both - and all that's left is the final exam, which will cover 3 chapters of the book the professor hasn't covered in class (fun). I'm a little nervous about that, but honestly, I feel like I don't even care at all anymore. I''m beginning to question what the point is of me moving at a turtle's pace to get a degree in a field I have absolutely NO experience in except personal. I mean, what is the point? By the time I graduate, I'll be ready to retire and besides, who will hire me anyway? And, while I do enjoy the learning, sometimes the homework and studying feels a bit overwhelming for me. I cannot express how THRILLED I am that I will be able to read a book JUST FOR THE PURE ENJOYMENT of it this Summer!!! I have a small stack on my dresser that I feel I may plow through because I can, without worrying about getting homework done or preparing for a test instead. I'm so glad I didn't take a summer class as planned. I've registered for two fall classes and I am already feeling anxious about it. Which is why I think I'm second guessing it. I LOVE the learning part and I find it all so interesting! Maybe I'm just feeling overwhelmed right now, between my knee, back and end of school year, beginning of marketing time at work, my mom. Seems like school is just One.More.Thing. What would you do?