Well, I'm in Canada, so I did through the "public" course, which is like a degree, but I know people who have done 1-year courses with private schools and they could easily work in their field. Any "creative" classes will help, like design, art history and advertising.
Well, that is NEW information! But mine is still one line, thank God! I'll keep that in mind though.
I don't have symptoms that are out of the ordinary. I'm always nauseous, so that's not new, but my breasts don't hurt, I'm not verily tired or pee more often. The test was a good brand, and I've done it according to the instructions, plus it came out very clearly negative; the line was straight and very clear.
Thank you for that, though. All of the comments are making me feel loads better.
All my logical thinking goes the "not pregnant" way, but the irrational, panic-ridden part of my brain says "What if you are?"… I guess I should just relax and enjoy my baby-free life for a bit longer.
One of my best friend gave birth last may to a baby girl without knowing she was pregnant. She's currently in school, getting her doctorate in pharmacology. Her sister is a doctor, her mom is a nurse, yet nobody realized she was pregnant. She hadn't gained that much weight, so she thought it was just all those big…
Yes! I was sorely disappointed in this episode. I missed the first episodes' action and cleverness.
I think they intentionally left it open so they can use that again if need be. Let's face it, the last theory was the most plausible way.
I guess I'm just sold to this show, because I loved every minute of it. I liked how they didn't just give us the whole "how he did it" thing straight up, I thought the theories were funny and well done. Also, that kiss Sherlock gave Molly was HOT.
I always had a thing for John Corbett. I remember him mostly as Aidan in SATC, but he was always a welcome addition to movies.