The downside is that I have less than 1/4 of the hours logged that I will need to graduate in May
The upside is that my mentor, upon hearing this dug up a billion things I can work on
The downside is I have to start going into work 30 minutes earlier and staying an hour later to get my hours completed before I go on leave
The upside is that it's actually possible for me to complete my hours with the minor extension of my school day (for a final total of 405 hours, 400 are required)
The downside is that if anything happens, illness, snow days, a baby being born earlier than her due date, I may come up short.
The downside is that I only have 15 work weeks to get 300 hours of internship done
The upside is that I only have 15 work weeks until I go out on leave to have my baby!
The upside is that I will probably graduate barring any major roadblocks
The downside is that I may never use this degree making all of my A$$-busting (excuse the language) in vain
The downside is that I feel totally and completely overwhelmed at the thought of an extended (as if it isn't already) work-day
The upside is that GOD will make it happen and I don't even need to worry
The downside is that I have to survive the next 15 work weeks
The upside is that if all this works (which I have faith it will) I NEVER HAVE TO DO THIS AGAIN! I couldn't be more DONE with school. Forget the fork to stick in me, I'm charred. You need a jack-hammer.
The downside is that I didn't make it home until 5:30 today thanks to this wonderful revelation
The upside is that I have an exciting recipe I'm trying tonight -- lemon-butter tilapia!
Here goes nothing.... :]