Seven years today, my grandad passed away. To think that he’s been gone for that long seems… unbelievable. Time has passed by so quickly. Seven years ago i was just 16 years old and was in my first year of sixth form (AS levels).
The years may have passed without much notice, but i still hold him in my heart. I really miss him. When i was younger, i used to always think about my whole family being present during my big life events, but life never turns out the way you imagined. It’s my graduation ceremony for my Masters degree in two days – yet another graduation which my grandad is not able to see.
Grandad, i miss you, and i’ll be thinking of you on Wednesday.
Here’s an update on Veronica’s oh-so-interesting life (!). What’s new? Well, first off, my life as a volunteer has basically grind to a halt. In a previous post i mentioned that my CRB check for the NAS has come through, well the lady finally got back to me (2 days later than when she said […]
Yeah so i think i’m pretty much going crazy, its 4am and i’m staying up for no good reason. This happens every night, i just don’t get tired during the night anymore but i always suffer the consequences the next day.
I really need to break this cycle. New year’s resolution: to sleep earlier, but that has already been an epic fail D:
My friend suggested we should both make our resolutions to not procrastinate, but i don’t think that’s gonna work lol so i shall try and stick to sleeping earlier, though with the looming deadlines i don’t see that as plausible? All-nighters might be the only option. Hmm…
On another note, started lectures again today. Such a long day! 9am-12pm then 2-6pm, that’s a total of 7 hours! The 4 hour slot was kinda a waste of time in my opinion, didn’t really learn much. The lecturer skipped most of his slides (about 120+ slides in total) and he kept going on about random irrelevant things that made us laugh out of nervousness/awkwardness? I didn’t know what he was talking about half the time, and when it was on-topic, he would murmur near the end of his sentences. He kept cracking jokes and using ‘topical/pop-cultural’ references, but still no one knew what the heck he was talking about.
Basically he could have condensed everything into a 2 hour lecture, maybe 3 hours if you add in breaks and waffling time. Its my final year and i’d actually like to use my time efficiently, even if i do spend most of it procrastinating.
Alas, i am promising myself that i will actually start work tomorrow. Let’s see if i keep that promise…