Now, I have to focus on the dreaded process of
In the process, I learned (the hard way) not to ask professors who never respond to student e-mails. Although I prefer meeting with professors face-to-face, I also need someone who can respond to an e-mail even if it takes 3-4 weeks. Since I won't be applying until next June, I can afford to wait 3-4 weeks for an e-mail.
I have one more professor to ask for a letter and hopefully that will be the last one to ask. I'm excited that my Developmental Bio/Embryology professor agreed to write a letter for me since I LOVED the class. Although, all I remember from that class is "ectoderm," "endoderm" and using my AWESOME Staedtler Triplus Fineliner Pens to re-draw/write all my notes from class. The lab was fun too...I like being able to physically see most of what I was studying with a plain old light microscope, as opposed to globs of fluorescent markers.
For now, I'll focus on compiling my unofficial transcripts and CVs for my current letter-writers and hope for the best on the last one. Maybe I'll take a walk today and try to watch the sunset too. Southwest sunsets are pretty, especially when there are a few clouds in the sky.