Saturday, March 18, 2006

Winding down for the term...or not

It's friday: my dissertation proposal is in, the two deadlines due this week are in, there's only one out of 11 set this term left, it's Easter break in a week, I haven't gone out tonight so I could have a week off. So why did I have dinner at 1am and am still up at 2:13am tonight?

I went to see Southampton vs Liverpool Youth FA Cup semi final second leg (in Southampton) instead of hitting the town, as a less eventful way to end the week, a week which concludes the hardest period of time at University I've had yet. As it happened, by going to see the football I've not saved any more money than by going out, I've come home angry and freezing cold, and the time I post this will actually be about the time I would be getting in from theoldfirestation anyway, only it will be harder to get to sleep because I'm not semi-passing out with alcohol.

And, although work pressures this term are more or less off, superhero Jill Quest (POW!) has put the fear of God into everyone by detailing just how hard our assignment due in after Easter is going to be. On top of that, exams are looming and I need to work close to full time over the break if I'm to escape into credit with HSBC (and only when the loan comes in!).

Naturally, the final week of a long hard term promises to be a release. They don't call the last friday night at TOFS 'Bedlam' for nothing. It is going to be, needs to be, must be, will be, manic.

When I think of something more interesting to write, I will. In the meantime, if you're reading this, please please read some of my more opinionated posts and disagree, or agree with them, and COMMENT on them. Thanks.

2 comments:

  1. HannyB (old girl!)3:12 PM

    Hey Tim!
    It's your fellow coursemate here, letting you know I have checked in with your blog!
    I agree with your rape blog, and partly with the whole looking out for yourself blog. I am a person that lacks belief and confidence in myself quite a lot, but I would like to be more like that. So, keep 'em coming, and don't be afraid to write a few more of the late night everyday chat kind too. They are entertaining. x

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  2. I like your blog Tim! Very funny! Reflects your personality well.

    I started one up, but really haven't got very far with it as don't have loads of time to do it. However, after checking out yours and Kate's I think I need to make a proper revamp on mine!

    Anyway, just wanted to say I'm impressed really!

    Katie S,xxxxxx

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