Boring is definitely good. 9 months studying for a module towards my degree, which was over on Tuesday after completion of a 3 hour exam . Very scary when you haven't sat an exam for 25 years. Finally life is going to be stress free for a bit (I hope), have also had to invest in a brand new car after being ripped off by a used car dealer 3 months ago. Just looking forward to my hols in Norfolk, where the hubby, the weiner (Daxie Dog) and I can enjoy some gentle strolls on the flat. Which reminds me must pop those walking boots into the cobblers for a few repairs. So yes I might have breathing problems and spend days swallowing pills and potions but I still have the everyday goings on that others experience. My medical issues are the least of my every day considerations. 3 months time back to the studies though, going to explore Adult Health and Social Care. Explore the delivery of health services and social policy deliverance to service users. Should be interesting. Wonder if my experiences will match what I am studying?