Well, here I am, not at work, typing away on a keyboard in a library and the keyboard is quite loud, which is something that I consider to be a bit annoying considering that I’m in a library and am now making significantly more noise than anyone or anything else in here, but them’s the breaks and you have to deal with what you have to deal with.
An exam today of considerable writing and I’m not feeling too fussed. Waiting for the stress and uncertainty to set in. Probably have not had enough coffee. Not yet, anyway. I need all of that to kick in so then I can go into the exam freaking out about my chances and then have no idea as to what I should do whilst non-carefully plotting out all of my answers in some sort of dance between stress and the feeling of failure.
I think that I ma do well, but only time will tell.
I’m sitting here, typing away as I feel like not doing much else other than writing right now. I have a lecture to attend. I have other things to take care of, but writing trumps all and as this currently does not involve pen to paper, I think that I can cope pretty well with what I am doing.
I need to get back on my bike in order to cut down on my transport costs. Perhaps tomorrow will be the day in which I will make my full return to the art of cycling, for I am sick and tired of my wrist holding me back and if I am careful I can do all the cycling that I need to do whilst avoiding strain on my wrist.
I must admit that I’m surprised as to how well my wrist has held up during this period of intense handwriting. All things considered, it is doing well and not too pained. I seem to be bouncing back pretty well. Possibly. I don’t really know.
I do know that Ancient Egypt, Near East and Western Asia are pretty interesting areas of study. I wouldn’t pursue these areas full-time as that is not where my strongest interests lie, but I do know that I could certainly look into them out of interest and keep researching them throughout the rest of the time that I do have.
the sixth and last day of intense learning for this subject is today. The exam comes a few hours after the learning concludes. I sit here, typing before the first lecture of the day. Typing about some of life that is happening. It is rather banal and mundane, but it is life and one should not take the highlight reel. It doesn’t give a good picture of what people go through.
Well, I guess I should get to taking care of a few other things.
Or perhaps I should not. Who knows what the path will lead me toward?
Probably something ahead of me.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 06:53:62
Considering how grounded this is, I’m surprised as to how quickly I was able to write.
Could have been better, but otherwise I’m partially satisfied with the writing of this text.
Written at UNSW.