Kristina ♀ | Chicago | XXII
ღ I like: laughter, sunsets, pastel colors, ribbons, quotes, flowers, charm bracelets, british accents, clouds, dreams, cafes, cupcakes, skylines, bright lights, dresses, and love.
always smile and make people wonder why ☼
long story short, one of my roommates recently moved out and she took the router with her because it was connected to her computer. when she did that, i no longer had wifi and had to rely on my ethernet cord to get internet which kinda sucked because my cord was really short so i could only use my laptop when i was sitting at my desk (and not the living room, which is the other room i tend to inhabit =P) she ordered a new router for me and me being technologically disabled, didn’t think i’d be able to figure out how to set it up. surprisingly, it was super easy and took less than 10 minutes of my time. it would’ve been 5 mins if i realized the “modem” they were speaking of in the setup directions was the cable jack on the wall.
yay, i have internetz now! & i named my wireless network “CrispyTofu”
which listed all the things i need to complete by July 1st in order to register for classes. they were all pretty standard: medical, criminal background, drug screen panel, and CPR requirements. then, of course, at the end of the email, they had to mention cost of tuition -___-
i want to cry T___T
school, why don’t you just pay for yourself?
last summer, i took a BLS (CPR/First Aid) class and got certified. now the nursing program that i’ve been accepted to is telling me that they won’t accept the certification i got because it did not meet the healthcare provider requirement.
*grumble* oh well, i just signed up for another class so that’s $45 gone. damn you, nursing office.
buuuuut, who am i to complain. the first class i took was free anyways.