An email I just sent to my college advisor:
I apologize for responding to your email so late. I've just claimed a slot on the adivsing worksheet. I know last semester when we met I told you that I was planning to transfer after this semester due to an international move, and I wanted you to know before our appointment that my plans have somewhat changed.
I am still moving, but because my fiance is in the military I cannot move until we are married, and because of issues with his leave, our wedding has been postponed. I'm no long sure when I'll be leaving for Germany. I had planned to be living there by the start of the fall semester so that I could transfer schools smoothly, but now it looks like there is a possibility that I may be in Kentucky until the end of this year. If this happens, I'd be willing to attend another semester here at EKU. Because of this uncertainty, it has become neccessary for me to register for classes so that I don't lose my scholarship, should I need it for another semester after all.
I know this is all very confusing, and believe me I know it's frustrating that my plans seem to change on a daily basis. Everything in my academic future is hanging on the date of my move, and the Army really couldn't care less. I have completed one semester plan for Degree Works, and noted that if I follow through with another semester at EKU, it will indeed be my last here.
Thanks so much for all your help last semester, and for your patience. I'll be seeing you next Monday at 4:00pm.
If I were poor Dr. Nachtwey, and I were dealing with so many changes in one student, I'd be ready to resign. Thankfully I am not Dr. Nachtwey, and I deal with the world flipping upside down daily.