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Tuesday, November 09, 2004

My how you've grown

Has it been that long? What have you been doing with yourself? Where does the time go?

Yes, it's been a whole six days since my last post. Oh, and by the way, if you live under a rock but have internet access and only ever visit THIS website, I'm sorry to leave you in suspense for so long. George W. Bush is still president of the United States.

Things have been hectic, so I will give you a very, very quick update. Ten days ago I was on the verge of failing three out of four classes at university, but today am only on the verge of failing one!! So that's a cause for celebration. Something may yet save me in the last subject, but life will go on regardless.

Because of this edge-of-my-seat ride through the last three weeks of this semester, I've been grinding out more work than I did in the previous nine weeks combined. The reason for that? Oh, I think she may be that I had a solid nine weeks of work that hadn't been done. Yeah.

Good things now though. I have, depending on what happens in my remaining failable subject, one week tomorrow to finish this semester. I will go to the beach. Perhaps have some fish and chips. Probably a dip in the big blue or a kip on the sand. Anything's possible really, you can just be sure it won't be study. Earlier in the semester I may have been despondent enough to throw some alka-seltzers to the seagulls just to test a theory, but not now. Oh no. They'll get chips. Things are looking up.

I still have a lot of work to do, so I'll see you in a week. Or so.

the earley edition - Posted by Dave @ 11/09/2004 10:16:00 pm || || Return to Top