Dear RickyI made a special trip in to school today just so I could check my e-mail, just hoping I would have something from you. I think your proposal is wonderful. I accept! It would have to be after May 12th and this YWCA award, however.
Well, that would be just a few days after graduationso all the excitment will surely still be there. Let's make the plans as time grows a little nearer. Thank you! It is really a wonderful proposal. I have so much wanted to visit you and Sue.
Oh, we are on Spring break at the moment. Most of the Seniors have gone to Savannahfor all the St. Patrick's Day stuffand I had made my reservation to go along. We got a huge block of rooms at a motel for practically nothing, and were going on Oglethrope buses, but at the last minute I realized I really needed a breaktime out to sleep and rest, so I cancelled my trip. I really glad I did that. I am truly not as young as I once wasor sometimes think I am. I think I told you I found out that my friend Gerry Pennington Spicuzza died in 1981well, through the internet once again, I found out that my boyfriend from my highschool days in Ft. Lauderdale and his brother are both dead.
The spring break ends on Monday and its a shoulder back to the wall again. I have six books to read about Alfred Adler in order to write a paper in my history of psych class, four books to read on Autism in order to write a paper about personal identity and soul for my Philosopy of the Mind class, My research on conformity must continueI need more data so that I can crunch some numbers and come up with a paper presenting my work that is worthy of presentation at Emory (deadline 3/31), I have tons of work to do in order to maintain a passing grade in this 2nd semester of biology, and I am presenting a paper at the Psi Chi (Honor society of Psychology) semposium in Athens (U of Ga.) on April 8th concerning my last semester's research project (I am not a member of the honor society). I have to do all of this, plus go to class, take notes and pass exams in order to graduate. I am so afraid I am not going to make it thru the biology, but so far, I am passing. Examinations never bothered me before, but for the past couple of years, I just get sick and almost forget everything I ever knew about a subject. So, light a few candles for me or something, please.
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 10:42:38 DT
From: "Margaret Nix" M.Nix@students.oglethorpe.edu
- Colorful Postcards From Your Oglethorpe Mother, No.1
- Mother Has Her Days
- Mother At Oglethorpe, Old Friends Pass
- Honored By Sidney Lanier Oglethorpe Poet Laureat Award
- General Messaging Unit (Mother To Son)
- Chicago Bound, Theories of Personality, Nearby Motels Etc.
- Mole In Your Groin
- Chicago, The Frenchman, And The Missing Teeth Generation
- Still Have Money In My Pocket
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