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English Intro - It’s a bit crazy when we all get together...

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Hi everyone! I’m Tami-li Negus and I’ve enjoyed reading everyone’s introductions so far. It’s time to add my own and let everyone know a little bit about me. I’ve been away from school for 28 years and after getting laid off twice, and another lay off threat last fall, I decided it was time to further my education and hopefully control my own destiny a lot more. I started last fall to hopefully apply for and get accepted into the Rad/Tech program this December. I must say it’s been a huge challenge to get my brain back in the school learning mode and my memory certainly isn’t what it used to be, especially when it comes to Math. But I do enjoy the learning environment and meeting so many new people, even those online that I don’t get to meet face to face. I’m married to a recently retired naval officer, live in Cedar Hills, and between the two of us, we have eight children. We only had one living at home until recently my oldest daughter and husband moved in for the summer.
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Unformatted text preview: It’s a bit crazy when we all get together, but they’re a lot of fun, and keep us busy, even though five of them live out of state. Some of the things I love to are boating, tennis, reading (when I have the time), and working in my yard, which is my form of mental therapy. Since I started school, I haven’t had time to do much that I really love, but I have to keep myself focused on my goals for the short term, and keep my eye on the bigger picture. I have also discovered a love for traveling since I met my husband, who was active duty Navy until last February. I had the opportunity to spend a lot of time in Washington State, San Diego, and even got to travel to Dubai and Thailand before he retired. We hope to do more traveling once I get finished with school, and my youngest son is graduated. Maybe even have some grandchildren to visit by then. I look forward to our interactions during this semester, hopefully make some new friends, and continue to improve my writing skills....
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