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Sunday, August 31, 2014

My last week of school!!!!


 
My life has been crazy! I have been getting my extra 200 hours of school required by Oklahoma and it's been exhausting. I'm doing full time tues-sat 8:30-5pm, so by my day off I'm worn completely out. I usually suffer from headaches and feeling like crap for most of Sunday...but by Tuesday I have recovered enough to get back into the groove of class. I pretty much haven't learned ANYTHING at school. My instructor has not offered me any additional instruction. So I have been experimenting and using    YouTube/Pinterest to teach myself some new cool things. :) I only have 5 more days of school...I'm down to my last week. I can't believe I have survived school again!!!! Here's some of my practice work I have done at work....




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1 comment:

Sherri said...

Wow, your nail art is amazing. I don't know how you manage to hold so steady doing such small, detailed work. Best wishes to you.

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