An End to Consternation

Consternation : A state of paralyzing dismay.

Well it is over, over and done with. What? Remember how I posted about that Spanish class I had to take to graduate? That class, the class. The class from Hades has been the bane of my existence for the past month and a half! So tortuous, so horrible, so incomprehensible.

Not speaking Spanish was my largest problem. But oh the glorious light at the end of the verb conjugated tunnel is that I don't have to take the darn class! I no longer have to do a million other things every day {or not do a million other things} to avoid doing the one thing that was so difficult to do every day. I tried, I really did try very hard. I have to take one class. Not three classes I thought I had to take. Three classes I GLADLY would have taken to bypass this one Spanish class. No, I only have to take one class, one English class. ENGLISH! I am overjoyed!

And really, the class I am taking {I already transferred classes, paying a $25 transfer fee, that's right I didn't even have to waste all that money} fits in much better with what I studied. I am happy, thankful, relived, and within as little as 5 weeks DONE!


Jess said...

I am very happy for you Boo.

Did you need to claim English as a second language?

Stephanie J. Robertson said...

what a relief!!!

modestmuse said...

Nice. How did you swing that? I wish Stephanie and I had found that -- and, speaking for myself, -- spared Sis. McArthur.

Keoni and Sheila said...

YEY for you Bille! lets hear some Spanish now :)

Ashley said...

BILLE! haha huh? What happened now? You get to bypass misery is all I understand from what you said and I am overjoyed for YOU!!!! Miss you! I miss our BYUH friends. If you ever come up to WA give me a ring!

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