I am starting to feel a bit worried about getting into nursing school. Admissions to FSU's School of Nursing are just so competitive right now...*sigh* And I won't know anything until fall, possibly not until as late as November. :(
Part II of "Does Harry Have to Die?" is almost done. I should have it ready to post in the next couple of days. Yes, I am a procrastinator. So sue me. I'm trying to make Part II not quite so dry as Part I was. Looking back, I realized that it might have been somewhat difficult to read. Sorry 'bout that.
Speaking of essays, I was cleaning out my filebox, and I came across an old file of papers I wrote for classes while in college. Some of them are pretty dry and academic, but others are quite interesting, I think, especially those I did for my Psych classes, and extra-specially those I did for Human Sexuality. It occurred to me that I might post some of these papers here on my LJ. Unfortunately, the computer files for almost everything I wrote while at Stetson have been lost (a long and sad story), so I would have to type them up from my hard copies. Hence, in the interest of time, I have to be choosy about which of them I type up and post. Anyway, I was thinking if I get a paid account, I might put up a poll with descriptions of each of those papers I think people might be interested in reading, and find out which of them, if any, you would actually read.
Part of the reason I want to do this is because I feel that my LJ so far hasn’t really been all that deep or interesting, and that the quality of writing in my entries has been a little low according to my standards. As I was looking back through my old papers, I just noticed, that, wow, even though I do a lot of writing on LJ and discussion boards, it’s almost never as good as some of the papers I did for school. Doesn’t that seem weird? I mean, for school I wrote what I was required to write about, you know? Here I can write whatever I want to write. It seems like higher-quality writing should occur when I write what I choose to write, rather than what I’m “forced” to write.
Anyway, the point is this: some of those papers are a lot better than anything I’ve written here so far is, and I want to show off. :D
Well, I suppose I should quit now, and go to bed. Two weeks until new job starts = two weeks to get back in the habit of a normal sleep schedule.