I’m a force to be reckoned with; unfortunately, no force has yet tried to push me over, so my true force has never been seen.
My German class will try, though. Between memorising these forty sentences for tomorrow’s quiz and trying to understand spoken German, I’m most likely going to die. On top of that, there’s a hefty dose of physics and maths (which, for the life of me, I don’t remember at all), two chapters to be read for psychology, and a constant stream of spirituality reading and self-reflection.
So, I guess you could say that school has picked back up with full force. University’s pissed, and it’s showing its teeth. It wants to make me work, and it wants to push me over into the mud. I won’t let it. I’ll be that force that no one has seen. And I won’t let it completely kick my butt. After all, I’ve developed the mind set that tells me I must be able to get through this since it will be much worse next year if I’m a student advisor (which I applied for and will hopefully get an interview for). It’s nerve-racking; I’ll fully admit that in every aspect. School. Possibly being an SA. etc. It’s all stressful.
Speaking of which, I leave for Mizzou tomorrow afternoon with Noah. Should be interesting. My friends haven’t planned out a damned thing for the trip, so I’m finding my planning-ahead personality throwing out red flags every few hours. It’s tell me, “Missi! Why aren’t you grabbing hold of the reigns and making them develop plans? Why aren’t you taking the lead?”
I answer it with grace. Yes, I am a wonderful leader; I am fully capable of getting people to work together and efficiently. What I am not is a miracle worker. Further more, it is not my place. If they can’t get their shit together, then it’s not my problem. I’ll just go with the flow once again.
Anyway, time for an end to this rant and back to studying for German. After all, I refuse to let it push me over. And seeing how there is a lot of mud in Kirksville, I’m going to be putting up one hell of a fight.