“Lecture is cancelled.”
This morning I woke up to the most beautiful email I’ve ever gotten. My class was cancelled today. Yes it was because my professor is sick (feel better prof!) but I can’t say I’m too upset about that. After all, I got to catch up on some much needed sleep and have time to do some extra work too. That was really useful to a busy time of the year such as this.
It’s almost the end of the semester (where has the time gone?) and time is moving faster than ever. My days have looked the same:
- wake up
- stumble to class
- attempt to stay awake
- stumble home
- wake up disoriented from nap, craving another nap to get over my nap
- start work
- work until 1-2 am
Not very interesting, I know, but what else do you expect from a university student at the end of a semester? At this point, it’s not about having a social life, but rather surviving these next three weeks without completely ruining my GPA. I think my best shot at surviving involves attaching an IV drip of coffee to my arm, but apparently “that’s not healthy”.
Nevertheless, I’m sure I’ll be fine and so will the rest of you. We can do it guys! Just study and try not to cry too much into your notes, you still want them to be readable. As William Arthur Ward said “Study while others are sleeping; work while others are loafing; prepare while others are playing; and dream while others are wishing.”
Now if you’ll excuse me, I’ll be over here sleeping beside my textbook and hoping the information will enter my mind through diffusion. I’ll let you know about the results.
P.S. Countdown to Christmas as of November 19th: 35 days