the finer points of a good edumacation

so exactly one week ago, i took the plunge and applied for enrollment at Portland Community College, then sweated for two days while i wondered if i had done so early enough to qualify for Spring semester. turns out i had...plenty of time.

so now, in a few hours, i'll head to the nearest campus (there are three) to take my entrance exams. i'm quite excited, actually. i changed my major from English Literature and Shakespeare to...Archetypal Psychology.

quite a bit of a turn, eh?

and, funny enough, my other two bio-sisters are both psych majors. funny, isn't it? although i wonder, given our shared upbringing, just how funny-peculiar or funny-ha-ha it is. *k* wanted to be a social worker, last i heard. and *t* wants to go into sex therapy. both very active in the helping of people overcome adversity. me, i want to study mythology and archetypes, and see how they work with our modern difficulties.

more or less what i sometimes do here at iGoddess...only i'll have a Ph.D. after my name. which means really smart people who really only matter to other smart, silly, stuffy people will acknowledge what i've done for years is "real" and "certified."

kind of silly, i know. on the other hand, it's damned interesting and i know i'll be able to help a lot of people who will be ready for what i have to bring to them. it's already become obvious that i'll only put my gifts and education to use for people of a certain caliber who are ready for it.

but first...entrance exams. tomorrow, the world!


Anonymous said...

hey hey chickie!!!
here it is!

Interview Questions for igoddess

1. For what reasons did you decide to start a blog? Has it evolved into anything particularly different for you than you imagined?

2. Why did you choose the name "igoddess"? Is this significant to your lifestyle, your beliefs?

3. You are an incredibly talented writer. Have you taken courses, or do the words come naturally to you?

4. You've overcome many obstacles in your life to get where you are today? What's the most difficult hurdle you've had to jump over?

5. What are your plans for 2009? Any changes you want to make? Any resolutions? Anything in particular you are dedicated to this year?

Woo-hoo! Good luck! Post the answers on your blog and let me know when they're up, so I can link it back to my blog!

(And post these instructions at the end of your interview)
1. Leave me a comment saying, "Interview me".

2. I will respond by emailing you five questions. (I get to pick the questions).

3. You will update your blog with the answers to the questions.

4. You will include this explanation and an offer to interview someone else in the same post.

5. When others comment asking to be interviewed, you will ask them five questions.

Brandi said...

hooray!!! I'm so excited for you!

what a huge, brave, funkalicious step you are taking.

rock on joy rebel!!!!

Jane said...

So proud of you, gorgeous goddess! I've been toying with going back to school for years but there always seems to be something that prevents me from jumping back in.