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15 February 2010 @ 11:48 pm
Rehearsal went well. Totally hammed it up for the introduction and filler. They love it. Love going crazy with this.

Helped Eve set up for the Judith Orr talk. The talk was amazing. I asked questions at the end and my last one sparked an animated room-wide discussion. We ended there.

I feel so bonded with these women. It's ridiculous. I can't believe the close-knit-ness ends Thursday. But we all hope to meet up more.

I'm afraid to get off the computer and get out of the library because the next time I'm online may well be Wednesday evening. Tonight I go home to revise some Animal Behaviour for my practical test on Wednesday morning, then reading and sleep with me.

Tomorrow I wake at whatever time and head onto campus to go on a field trip with Environment in Practice to retrieve our samples and start sorting through them. Run to the lounge for 5 o'clock run-through and change into my outfit. Then to Mondial; doors open 7 and performance at 7.30. After that we all may well go get drinks at Mojos, and I may skip coming to the library to check the Internet.

Then it would be more revision in the evening. Wake up for lecture at 9. Practical test at 11, shouldn't be long. Then I have to choose between the feature film for Women's Week or go to Buddhist Meditation Society. I think I'll go with the film. That'll be 'til early evening at the earliest, and then I'd have time to come back here and online.

But the library speaker was blaring at us and telling us the library closes in 20 minutes and we need to leave in 15, so yeah, I guess I'll get off.

Laughter. Less than a week left of being a teenager. Whodduthunk.

I can totally get through all this. No bug dwak.
Current Mood: exhaustedExhausted.
Current Music: Drive - Melissa Ferrick.
Sunsets4mySoulsunsets4mysoul on February 16th, 2010 12:21 am (UTC)
Less than a week as a teenager?!?! CONGRATS!

I'm sorry your Internet use is out of your control...I have been thinking about that a little myself lately being on vacation with just my phone. As nice as it can be to take a break once in a while, choosing to leave it behind is certainly different than being stranded without it :-/

So can I let out the science nerd in me and ask what your animal practical consists of? I'm oddly interested in it:)
Kiwi Crocuscranky__crocus on February 20th, 2010 06:14 pm (UTC)
Thanks! :D

I'm adapting to life with Internet that's more difficult to access. :] I'm sure it'll be a touch harder when my due dates start coming - I've got something due in Friday - but beyond that I'm doing alright. More time to read!

The practicals weren't incredibly exciting. although one did peeve me. We had to make chicks incredibly cold and hungry to see how they reacted. Then the next week we tested them with mirrors, companions, drawings of chicks, etc. Other than that we just studied behaviour observation techniques with films and other stuff.

I'm not really loving the courses this semester.
Sunsets4mySoulsunsets4mysoul on February 23rd, 2010 04:34 am (UTC)

Sorry you're not loving it. That chick test would irk me out a little too. I remember going out to a pond once and counting the number of times a bunch of ducks dipped their heads toward the water...sometimes the things they make us do are just silly and somewhat irrelevant to life.
Kellyddagent on February 17th, 2010 10:44 pm (UTC)
Oh sounds like you're really busy atm! *hugs* I'm glad rehearsal went well!