I have been sick for two solid weeks now. I started to feel a bit stuffy as I sat in my 4th row seat at Lambeau Field on 12.25, by 6:30AM the next day, my flight out of Milwaukee to Baltimore hastened it. (Go Pack!) Three days later, my Southwest flights from Baltimore to Austin, which included stops in New Orleans and Houston didn't help either. (Don't judge, it was the cheapest flight...er flights. Besides, I'm frugal...that's one reason I attend WGU!) I'm not sure if it started as a cold and has now turned in to allergies. (Despite living in Austin for almost 8 years, I've been lucky to have escaped allergies thus far.) Regardless, I'm finally feeling better and oh does it feel good to feel good!
Since I've been sick, despite my best efforts, I've not been able to work on school at all. I was, however, shocked, and I do mean shocked when, late last week, I received an email from Davis, a mentor at WGU who just finished the Supply Chain. He contacted me on behalf of my student mentor, Kelly. Holy sh!t! Kelly actually followed up on something.
My ever supportive hubby got some accounting books for me from the library, so I'm going to see if I can't figure out some of the concepts from those to apply to my papers. I'm leaving town on Thursday so it's my goal to get at least the first paper re-submitted by then.
Again, to the reader who took the time to send me a note of encouragement, thank you, gracias, danke, merci beaucoup!