Monday, December 9, 2013

FINALS WEEK!

I AM DONE.

DONE.
DONE.
DONE.

I should probably say finished, but you know what? Done just seems to have a final tone.

What am I finished with?

My third semester of graduate school!

You know what that means???? ONE MORE SEMESTER!!!! AHAHA!!!

Gosh, I am so excited. I do really enjoy school, but I am excited for a new chapter. Hopefully I can do some good blogging over this break!

The past few days we've had some ice and snow here in Oklahoma. The roads aren't too bad where I am, but in some places, you can almost skate on the sidewalk! (It sounds cooler than it really is).

This was outside my door when it began Thursday (I think):



And this was Friday:


I'm not sure if you can tell, but it was pretty deep, and now that snow has been walked on, and there is tons of ice on my sidewalk!!

Anyway, I love snow. ESPECIALLY around Christmas!!!

Do you guys get snow where you're at? Do you love it?

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  1. We're getting snow right now. But as I live in the White Mountains, it's more unusual when it doesn't snow in December.

    And congrats on getting through the semester. I remember when I was still in school how excited I was to finish that third semester. The end was so close and I couldn't wait.

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    1. I honestly can't imagine living somewhere where snow is normal enough that people just live out their daily life like it wasn't on the ground. LOL. When it snows here, it's like the apocalypse. People get gas, and stock up on food. Yes! It is nice. I feel like I can breath!

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  2. congrats! We have snow here as well, I'm hoping for some white on Christmas too!

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    1. Thanks, Prerna! I hope you get snow on Christmas!

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  3. I'm in Indiana, and we have snow right now too. It was our first bigger one. And work closed, so I got to leave at 3:30 on a Friday instead of 7 like I was scheduled. Best Friday ever! =)

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    1. Hey! I have tons of friends from Indiana (weird, huh?). They always make fun of us for freaking out when snow and ice hit! Yes, leaving work earlier makes for great days!

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  4. That's a great feeling--knowing school is over so you can enjoy the holiday season!

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    1. YES!! I feel bad for those peeps who decide to do intersession! By December I need a break! And by May an even longer one! LOL

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  5. Yay for you on finals! My daughter has one more week and I know she needs a break!

    I love snow and always wish for it, but it is a very rare treat here and usually doesn't happen until after the holidays, like in April - which is weird for AZ! :)

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    1. I just cannot imagine snow in AZ! I went there this summer and it was so HOT! OMG. Do you live near the mountains?

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  6. Lots of snow here too! Congrats on almost being done with grad school.

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    1. Thanks, Nicole!! I hope you are staying warm! :)

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  7. Congrats on finishing another semester! We got a lot of ice here in north Texas, but it seems to be melting now (slowly)

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    1. Thank you, Lara! I heard Texas got hit, too! I hope you are staying warm and safe!

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  8. Here in Alaska we're upset that the weather's so warm--30° today. Makes it much slicker.If you're interested in our weather I blog about it every Monday.

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    1. oh goodness!! and that is SO cold! I visited your blog, Sue! I sure enjoyed it! :)

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  9. I'm in Minnesota, we get plenty of snow. :) I do like it, it's beautiful when it's fresh, but I could do with a little less of it. ;)

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  10. We have snow, but the wind here in Chicago makes it difficult to enjoy it; I'm just trying not to let the wind knock me over. :) Congratulations on being almost done with graduate school! That's definitely an impressive feat.

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  11. Woot! Good for you! I bet that feels A-M-A-Z-I-N-G! Enjoy your winter break!

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