Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

Good things!

Several good things have happened today. I got an email which really helped me feel better. It's talking about faith and comparing it to a credit card. We trust that the credit card will work and we know it gets us good things (or at least things anyway). Faith is like that. It's not of our own strength. We just have to trust that it will work.
We had two Sisters of St. Joseph come to TRW. They were awesome, as they said "Rated R for Rebellious." They had a great sense of humor.
Then, I found out that I don't have a French test at all on Friday. This is excellent news, excellent news in deed.
The presentation went well. The class seemed to respond favorably to it and I surprised myself in that I didn't die. I realize my French is not excellent, but it was adequit and they got the point. Luckily, the information about Braille was something I knew well and I was able to explain other things I'd read. If I could do things differently, I would have asked for more help. I think over all, though, things went well.
Now I just have to get TRW stuff done. I think this is doable, or at least I hope so. If I have time, it would be good to find a few things for psychology. Then, after I get all the TRW stuff in, I will be able to concentrate on studying for rthe two finals.
Just checking one thing off my list helps immensely. Knowing I finished the presentation is so helpful!
Okay, must go get stuff done.

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