Wednesday, March 22, 2006
Any of you who have ever had to write a paper or study for an exam know that such times are the best for keeping a clean house, and so it comes as no surprise to me that I have had to undergo some "life-cleaning" before I could focus primarily on schoolwork. Some of it, such as finally finishing the sixth Harry Potter book, is admittedly skewed from what I could be doing, but I have been accomplishing things nonetheless. There is still a fairly significant amount of work to be done in cleaning life up, but most of that will have to wait until this deluge of schoolwork is completed. By April 10, I have to write two English papers, one research paper, compile a resource binder on grammar education, finish off my extra-curricular commitments, and study for and write a final. I have a bit of a break thereafter, but that is when I hope to do a lot more life-cleaning. If you don't see me over the next few weeks, it is not because I don't like you: I simply have no choice but to finish my semester. Then the process of seeing people and saying goodbyes and finishing up life in Saskatoon (for the rest of the year, most likely) begins. See you on the other side.