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Education > Colleges & Universities > F-ing a Right!

F-ing a Right!

I'll be damned. I took my test Tuesday night not knowing if I had passed or failed. In my heart I thought I failed it. I received a 85%. Thank God! I need to stop doubting myself. It's not an A, but I'll take the B. I need to get my ass in gear.
We are starting to learn about IVs and all the fluids and a few chemical symbols and compounds. I am going to try to take two classes this summer. I want to take chemistry and pharmacology. I swear, the professor says "You're putting your license on the line." so much it scares me.
That dog attack really changed me. I get real nervous walking outside at night with Woody. I get scared another dog is going to just run up and snatch him from me like that other sucky dog tried to. It plays in my head over and over when I am trying to sleep. Just hearing my dog scream like that. This is going to sound fucked up; but I really hope that woman decides to put that dog down. I would hate for someone else to go through that. If that would have been my Nephew walking Woody, he would probably be dead. OK, I am starting to sound like a little "bitch" now, so I'll quit.
I have to get out of here between three and four because someone is coming to see this place since it is up for sale.
Dinner is up in the air still. Maybe we'll just order a pizza. Have fun!

posted on Apr 3, 2008 11:30 AM ()


After I'd been mauled by a Doberman, I carried a heavy walking stick with a hard knob on the end whenever i walked near dogs. i was never attacked again. Good results... Have you somewhere to go if the place sells?
comment by clovis on Apr 19, 2008 11:17 PM ()
Congratulations on receiving an 85% on your test!
Sorry to hear about your dog scare -- I know how scary and intimidating some dogs(and their owners) can be.
comment by mattguru18 on Apr 8, 2008 11:20 AM ()
Can imagine your feelings about the dog-thing. Try to give it a place mate. And for your exam: here were no doubts.....
comment by itsjustme on Apr 4, 2008 3:29 AM ()
What am I going to do with you 'worry warts'--of course you passed--I knew that.
What does the professor mean about putting your license on the line??
comment by greatmartin on Apr 3, 2008 4:04 PM ()
I think I would feel the same way about the other dog if I were in your shoes. I can't imagine how it must have felt to experience it.
Congrats on the grade. Sometimes, we prove that we are better than we had expected.
comment by lunarhunk on Apr 3, 2008 2:42 PM ()
No, you're not crazy. I'm sure I'd be the same way about my one furry children. I'm so happy about your 85. And an 85 is easy to bring up to an A. If I heard my dog make a sound like that I'd just go nuts, I'm sure of it.
comment by teacherwoman on Apr 3, 2008 12:59 PM ()
great on the test! I think I would have nightmares too after that dog attack. maybe you should get some pepper spray to prevent further attacks.
comment by elkhound on Apr 3, 2008 11:43 AM ()
Did you checked the voice on this.Sounds like me.
comment by fredo on Apr 3, 2008 11:35 AM ()
Congrats on the test.B is good.At least you did not failed.
comment by fredo on Apr 3, 2008 11:33 AM ()

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