• Personal

    And Keep on Want­i­ng

    7 April 2014

    Set­tling in.

    Things that made my week(end) include fin­ish­ing my Con­tract law assign­ment and final­ly get­ting to lis­ten­ing to The Fray’s new album. I’m super late, I know. It’s also been a long time since I’ve felt free before. I don’t know why but this week’s read­ings seemed real­ly easy and there wasn’t much work to do. Either I’m slack­ing off or I’m final­ly get­ting used to the demands of being a uni stu­dent. I’m not look­ing for­ward to my five hour gap this com­ing Wednes­day. I used to have a three hour gap on Wednes­days but this week I have a five hour gap cause there’s no Legal Research and Writ­ing sem­i­nar. I’m prob­a­bly going to be able to start and fin­ish my Crim­i­nal law assign­ment. Or I could prob­a­bly just fall asleep on a couch or some­thing.

    Cons of attend­ing a uni­ver­si­ty that’s an hour away from home: you can’t leave cam­pus in the mid­dle of the day if you have a hor­ren­dous­ly large gap. I’m kind of glad this isn’t per­ma­nent, though. Also, next week I’ll be able to go to uni on Thurs­day at 10:30 instead of 8:30 because that sem­i­nar only goes from Weeks 1 to 6 and 13. So keen. Hon­est­ly, nothing’s new has been hap­pen­ing in my life, despite the tran­si­tion from being a high school stu­dent to a uni stu­dent. It’s only been 5 full weeks of uni (15 days because I only have 3 days per week) and I’m already get­ting used to the inde­pen­dence life throws at you along with a string of respon­si­bil­i­ties that fol­low. It’s actu­al­ly real­ly enjoy­able to be in con­trol of every­thing you do (and don’t do.)