So when I said I was going to take a year to think about what I want to do with my life, I lied. Because, I already KNOW what I want to do.
So I applied for school, filled out the FAFSA, and am taking placement tests on Thursday.
I'm pretty nervous, because I haven't done math of ANY KIND beyond fractions (hello, I cook) and liquid conversions IN YEARS AND YEARS.
And the degree that I'm going for OF COURSE requires math.... as in calculus... and the last time I took calculus, I was 16 and in high school, and now I'm thirty and have four kids, and I sometimes forget where I put my shoes. IT WILL BE A RIOT.
I'm pretty sure I will do fantastically on my English placement test. Just because I don't USE proper grammar doesn't mean I don't know HOW. I choose to begin sentences with prepositions. AND I EVEN KNOW WHAT THEY ARE. I think. I also haven't taken any sort of English class in quite some time, but I do read a lot, so at least there's that.
GUYS: I'M GOING TO SCHOOL.
P.S. 5 out of 6 Bingham's will be in school this fall. That is approximately 83%. See? Fractions. I GOT THIS.