I've just returned from my World History class where I handed in my finished-at-long-last assignment. As usual, I wasn't totally satisfied with the finished product, but what's new? My tutor is about my age, with children the same age as mine and I can't help but feel a tad embarrassed at our differing intellectual abilities. Is this normal? Most of the time I feel as if I've been living in a bubble all my life and I can't help but feel self-conscious about it.
I left yesterday's lecture on the Mongol Empire feeling as if my brain was about to implode from learning and desperately trying to retain all of this information. I truely love learning and I really want to know it all, but unfortunately it's just not possible to know everything (though my kids will tell you, sometimes I think I do!).
On the bright side, I'm learning to use Movie Maker in my Communications Technologies class and have made my first "movie". I didn't have sound on my lab computer, so asked the tutor if I could play it on the big screen. He obliged and when he'd seen that I'd imported it onto my USB, said "Good girl"! Again, he's about my age!! I'd attach it for you all to watch but again, I'm extremely self-conscious about my amateur movie making abilities!
I've done it!!!
Well, I've finally done it!! Got accepted into Uni AND created a blog!!! After searching for insightful websites to help me tackle my journey into academia at my ripe old age and coming up with nil, I decided to start one of my own. I hope this blog will encourage anyone who has ever doubted their own abilities, to put one foot in front of the other and achieve their ambitions, desires, dreams...no matter what they are. If anyone has any inspiring stories to share, I would love to hear them. I love an inspiring story!!!