Advanced warning

Baby-Essay is finished and handed in. Presentation has been presented.

I now have excess writing capacity and two months of repressed ideas – you have been warned  🙂

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    1. You bet! Especially since I haven’t been sleeping much for a couple of weeks – sleep is a marvellous thing 🙂 Without trying to wish my life away, I’m looking forward to tonight (because I can sleep “until I wake up”, rather than until the alarm goes off :).

      🙂 thank you 🙂

    1. Yup! I just need to figure out how to do everything I need to do, AND sleep as much as I want…. If only someone would sprinkle a couple of handfuls of extra time across my too-short nights so they feel longer without cutting into my day 😉 😉 🙂 🙂

    1. *grins* love your comments 🙂 *hugs*
      I’m working on it – if only there weren’t so many other things which need doing NOW, having piled up over the last couple of months… long weekend should let me catch up a bit – then watch this space! 🙂
      How are you getting on anyway?

      1. I know how studenting can get in the way of adulting, let alone writing. Do what you need to, but know you have eager readers.

        As to how I’m getting on, I’m here. I’m working on staying that way. With a little more sleep and a bit more time for the dust to settle from my last collapse, I’d be willing to update myself to grateful that I’m here. We’ll see what today brings!

        I hope, whatever that might be, that it brings an unexpected moment of beauty and peace your way.

        1. Studenting does get in the way of adulting, but adulting gets in the way of living a lot of the time, so I don’t feel sorry for it! At the moment my main problem is catching up with all the adulting I missed by studenting :S On balance, I would rather student than adult most of the time..

          I don’t remember the last time I was actively grateful for existing… but I’m thankful for the reminder 🙂 also for the beautiful moment – turned to watch the stripy orange sunset through the classroom window (behind me) 🙂

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