Thanks for the encouragement you guys!
A&P III and Micro will be the only classes I will be taking Spring quarter. Okay, quit laughing! Really, I have a full plate. I home school my kids, ages 15, 9 and 5. That in and of itself is a full time job. DH's two kids live with us as well. Add into it mountains of laundry, meals to prepare, taxi driving the kids to and from activites...well, I am just blessed my husband is also very supportive!
I guess my concern lies in the fact I know how much I study for A&P, how much is involved in not only the lecture portion of class (physiology) but the lab portion as well (anatomy). The A&P at my school is like taking two classes with the lecture and the lab, with tests in each. There is, of course, lecture and lab in micro. Yeah, I realize how well I will have to prioritize, and that too has me a bit freaked out. Not that I can't prioritize, but when you add family into the mix, anything goes. It is going to be a very delicate balancing act for me. I HAVE taken a full course load, but those classes seemed to be a piece of cake compared to A&P alone. And will I get mixed up with the material since I will be taking two biology classes? This I don't know. It, too, is a variable in my fear.
Oh, well. I know this only gets harder as I go along (or maybe I should say more challenging). If there is one thing I don't lack, it is tenacity. Let's hope it will carry me through, once again!