Friday, January 15, 2010

A New Year....






The holiday's are over and a new year begins! It was a great holiday break, we had a wonderful Christmas and a quiet new year. On New Year's Eve we spent the night partying with our kids. We played games and watched a movie. Then at midnight we broke open the bubbly(sparkling cider) and drank it from fancy champagne glasses, oh the fun the kids had with that! Then spent the last couple of weeks getting ready for my first semester in college! I am very scared to start school at my age but I know its what I need to do. I have decided to do Pharmacy after I debated between that and Physical Therapy. It will be very challenging for me I know, but I can do it!! I will be studying Pre-Pharmacy at the College of Western Idaho here in Nampa then will transfer to the program at BSU. BSU just started the program this year, so that is good news for me. It will probably take me 3 years to do the pre-pharmacy generals but I am hoping I can do it in 2, I plan to continue on through the summer as well. Anyway to back track a little here are a few pics of the Muir family Christmas party. Warning: I look like crap cuz I had been traveling all day so don't look too close at me:) We had a great time together. It had been a long time since we all were together in one spot! We had a wonderful dinner prepared by our wonderful mother and lots of fun catching up and some good laughs...

2 comments:

Kelsie said...

I saw some of these pics on your mom's facebook page. So cute!! I am excited for you going to school. You will do great! It will be such an accomplishment when you are done.

Danette said...

Don't be worried about school. The older, non-traditional student usually always does better in school. I loved college and I was a little older when I went too. Just 2 years ago I took another semester and it was so much fun. The "younger" kids were always so good to me and I had such a blast. You are going to love it! Don't get overwhelmed and just take it one day and one class at a time.
Good luck!