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WHAT A BUSY WEEK!!!!!!

I am so happy that today is the last day of school for the Spring Break, I have two weeks of vacation and I just can't wait to see what is coming up. Last week I had so many midterms and it doesn't stop there I have more on the same week I come back to school. I hate when midterms come up because I don't know how to use my time wisely. I did not spend time with God as much as I should. I stayed up for long hours studying for my midterms and I have become really tried. I want to get back on track with spending time with my Savior and reading His word and get on track with school work. So far with my midterms I have gotten one back and I got an 97 in Psychology (Praise God!!!!). I had to study 230 questions the day before the midterm and I did really good and plus I study with a good friend. I will be going to SC and GA to visit my family and I can't wait to see them. I just pray that the next two weeks will be good and that God will use me present the gospel to my lost family members.

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Terry said…
Congratulations on your psychology grade! Way to go. And I pray that as you evangelize your loved ones that someone's heart will be touched and they will come to know the Savior. Enjoy your break!

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