Going to school when you have your call is tough. You wish you didn't have to do homework or go to class and have to worry about grades, deadlines and graduating. I know it's a good plan to graduate with an associates degree before leaving on my mission. Just to insure that if I have the feeling I need to transfer to a different school, that I have all my generals done with. It makes it easier, I know, but it's frustrating knowing that it seems so trivial compared to serving the Lord.
I just want to be out in the field already! Yet, I have to wait.
I have essays to write, tests to take and projects to present, classes to attend, mettings to make, and blah, blah, blah... etc. I can't even wait for it all to be over.
The worst part of all of this is that I have the spring semester at BYU-Idaho, which means school goes until July 23rd...... no summer break to help me get ready. I get twenty-one days between graduation and entering the MTC. Seriously, can I just skip over school and leave on my mission yet?
Sorry for the rant, I just needed to get it off my chest, mainly because my siblings are all out for summer and I want summer before I leave, to get everything ready so I'm not rushing in August, but I want August 14th to be here. Like now.