Can it be done?

Marge Piercy said: “A strong woman is a woman determined to do something others are determined not be done.” Tell us about a time when you did what couldn’t be done.

I’m not sure I’ve ever done anything which anyone has said couldn’t be done but I have done things which others may not have attempted.  One example of this was returning to education 14 years after leaving school (I failed my A Levels so couldn’t go to uni and get my degree back then) and somehow managing my time effectively enough to fit in lectures, assignments, part-time work and being a full-time mum.  I got my HND in Sport and Exercise Science (Therapy) and became a qualified Sports Massage Therapist.  I achieved at least a merit grade on every module and even got distinction on 3 out of the 12 modules.  This was despite missing almost every lecture for anatomy and physiology due to the lecture being at 4 pm to 6 pm and having to be at home for my son.  During my second year, I think I missed lectures every other week due to my son’s migraines and was very scared that I wouldn’t pass the course due to not being able to make deadlines.  Fortunately, I had a very understanding tutor who extended the deadlines for me.

After getting my HND, I decided to go to university to top it up to a degree.  I graduated in June 2007, and promptly went back to administration!


2 thoughts on “Can it be done?

    1. fisefton Post author

      Wow! I’ve been blogging for 3 years and never been nominated for anything and now I get 3 nominations for the same award in less than a week. Thank you.

      I’ll check out your questions and answer them but it won’t be a full Liebster Award acceptance blog as I’ve already done that

      NaBloPoMo is short for National Blog Posting Month and organised by BlogHer. I first attempted it in the official NaBloPoMo in November but didn’t quite manage to blog every day so I’m trying again.

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