Have I mentioned I've committed to grad school again? You heard right. Again. Round 1 was over ten years ago at the University of Utah. I completed 100% of the program credits with a 3.441 GPA - degree not conferred - for a master's degree in archaeology. At the time, enrolling for archaeology seemed like the logical choice and, thanks to my sister's sagacious words, I've never regretted the experience and knowledge gained. In fact, I use much of the writing and statistics skills that I earned in that program in my continuous improvement work. In hindsight, I think a career in business would have made more sense for me. Growing up on the dairy farm showed me so much about the benefits and challenges of being an entrepreneur and making smart organizational decisions that I took the ease with which I grasp those concepts for granted.
Not anymore. I am officially enrolled to start earning credits towards my MBA with classes beginning on January 11th! It's exciting and nerve-wracking at the same time. It's got me swirling in a funnel of emotion so that's what today's poem captures for me. Enjoy!
Creative enthusiast, gregarious naturalist, opinionated activist, RYT 200. Amy Kay Czechowicz completed a poetry challenge for 2018 and 2020 by posting an original poem daily to this blog. She writes here occasionally to drop nuggets of wisdom she picks up along her way. You can read her poems and posts by clicking and exploring below!