[ ] It's 12.30 a.m. and I'm on campus. I have to pee. The latter is pretty much always true.
[+] Slept in. Came on campus. Got questions for the careers fair done. Turns out I didn't have to, so I was over-prepared but it was good. Pip & Emma liked my questions.
[+] The ecologist was cool. Jo decided I'd be like him when I grew up. I can't deny this: he joked that alarms & deadlines were what got him out of bed in the mornings. This is true. The rest of them were somewhat boring.
[+] The first big dissertation meeting didn't kill me. However, I have a huge packet of project titles and descriptions to read through and rate so I can pick at least four and get in touch with supervisors. This is before the end of term. I don't think my mind has really wrapped around this.
[+] Bumped into Hayley, Andrew & Chris & their sister. I hung with them and ate supper. It was just what I needed to calm me down and remind me that life was still worth living.
[+] Watched Grey's Anatomy (loved Teddy/Cristina) and Private Practice (I love Charlotte).
[+] Did my personal reflective piece for Birds. That's pretty much two things down due week 10. Two lab reports, two practical tests and a paper down.
[+] Then I get to visit ddagent, which is SO EPIC I will fail to describe and thus won't try. (I lied: ASKLDJFLKASJDF OHMYFRAKKING GODS YOU GUYS I GET TO SEE MY CRAZY TOASTY FRIENDDDDD!!!1!!eleventyone!!1!)
[+] I am going to head home now. I may have to pee on the way, but I don't care. I will hate the first few moments. Then I will love it. That seems to be how my life goes...once I realise that I actually love most things.
([+] I just realised Defying Gravity is on. I re-watched Glee when it was on the other day and Kurt singing it made me cry; the whole episode makes me cry. It's the gay-kid plus wheelchair-kid episode, and for a while I was that gay kid in the wheelchair. So yeah. It touches me. And I'm going to pause it here and epic sing it on my way across campus.)