Next year, I’ll be a senior.
Isn’t that insane? I feel like I just started high school three years ago…
Oh wait, I did start high school three years, ago. This girl doesn’t know what she’s talking about.
No, seriously. I only need four more credits in order to graduate. Unfortunately, graduating, for me, is a bit difficult. I have to fulfill the minimum course requirements for both my online high school, which is in another state, and the course requirements for our homeschooling group in my home state.
They both require 21 credits.
Gosh – I wish it were that simple. I think I can squeak by on the Christian service requirement for my homeschooling group. After all, I acolyte at my church at least twice a month, if not more. And I’ve been doing that for eight years.
That’s got to count for something, don’t you think?
There is one little requirement that I’m not so sure about. American History. Yes, yes, I know my American history, I’m not saying that I don’t. The only reason I’m not taking the class in high school is because I took it in eighth grade. And taking two years of one subject isn’t all that fun, is it now? Unless it’s an especially enlightening course like Algebra.
(Which of course, as we all know, is incredibly enlightening. Possibly genius.)
(Read the above as sarcasm, please.)
(I know – this is an older picture. At the same time though, it’s rather enlightening. Just like these blades of grass are looking forward to spring, we’re also looking ahead in this post. Didn’t that sound corny?)
That is my dilemma for the next week. Do I take American History again? I think I’m going to contact the group and see if I can squeeze my way out of that requirement using my eighth grade transcript.
Do wish me luck, won’t you? I might need it.
I must say, it’s positively refreshing to choose new courses, even if you’re still knee deep in your junior year classes. Wouldn’t you agree?
The title of this post is looking ahead. It not only applies to my previous discussion of schoolwork, but also to Farmgirl Writes. Looking into the crystal ball of blog-futures, I see a whole new site in it’s future. However, this new site won’t be hosted on Blogger.com. This is why you haven’t seen me lately. I’ve been fooling with WordPress way too much for my own good.
I’ve been living and breathing WordPress code for the last two weeks.
I promise – you all will still be able to read me from your Blogger dashboards. There will be more to read as well. I have lots and lots of (good) surprises up my sleeve. 😉
Are you as excited as I am?