I haven't been around in awhile, and even though as of a few days ago I am no longer a teen, I still felt most comfortable posting here. I have graduated with my Associate of Arts in Teaching (K-6) from Lee College, and am now pursuing my Bachelor's in Interdisciplinary Studies with Western Governors University--Texas. WGU is an online, self-paced school, which is really working wonderfully for me, and it reminds me a lot of my homeschooling days! I have been enrolled since June 1st and have completed 3 classes, and am working on my fourth. I ended up going with WGU versus UH because I was able to get a job at the local school district. I worked at the newer elementary school last semester, but was able to transfer to the school where I used to sub all the time for this coming school year. I'm really excited about it, for two reasons: 1) I'm very familiar with this campus and I have a lot of mentors and friends, 2) the school nurse is very familiar with pumping, and Type 1 in general, and I know that if I run into any trouble, I have someone to talk to. She also makes sure I stay on top of things, and keeps juice boxes in her office . I'm really excited for this coming school year. I'm a certified educational aide, and I will be working with students with learning disabilities, along with the typical slew of duties (bus, cafeteria, and bus again in the afternoon). My nephew is now a year old, and still cute as a button . How is everyone else doing?