I started back to school yesterday, to earn my Masters in History, at a secular state University. While I knew it would be challenging I never guessed it would hit me as hard as it has. I have little time to read my personal books and that is a shame because I am trying to read Tacitus' "Annals of Imperial Rome" (my fav subject), a book by Tony Evans on Angels, Nehemiah, and a old text book on American history up to 1877. Thanks to school I have book reviews due (several before early Sept), journal article reviews due, a historiographic essay, and two research projects. I knew this would be slightly more difficult than Liberty, or the year I spent at Southeastern, but this has taken me a bit by surprise. Don't get me wrong I can do the work it is just alot more at one time than I am use to. On top of all of that...no "C"s allowed. In fact the grading scale is "A", "B", "C", and "F". Three "C"s and you are out, one "F" and you are out...no coming back. I doubt that will be a problem for me since I usually pulls "A"s or "B"s anyway but, I tell you this, it did make me sit up and take notice. One of the professors yesterday said if you think this is alot you just wait until you find yourself in a PhD program . Who am I kidding though? I LOVE IT!!!:love2: Man I have become such a nerd!