2007: Am I ready for this?
OK - the washing basket was bigger, so was I, but still the burning question - is there life beyond all that?
And more to the point - was I indeed ready to go back to it all?
As far as work went, well there was not a choice to be made, it was go back or don't eat - which would have solved the weight issues but not really helped in the long run.
For my OU studies though, there was now a decision hanging over me - could I cope with the demands of a baby, a husband and an ever-growing washing basket (you anticipate the extra washing of the baby clothes, but never the amount of your own stuff that gets wee, poo and other unpleasant stains on it).?
So I decided to start slowly again, with T183 - Design and the Web. I got to create imaginary websites for my imaginary craft club, based on my stitching evenings spent with my best friend Deborah. I had great fun doing it, and almost as much fun imagining the things the club would do. I learned a lot about how we view web pages and where to stick stuff so that people would look at the most important parts. And a little HTML coding skill into the bargain.
And I also decided that yes, I was ready for the return to bigger courses. So on to M255 - Object Oriented Programming with Java.
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