It’s time to rise to the occasion.
There is a feeling of passing as the time slips away as I do the things that do not equate to getting better at increasing my chances of possibly passing courses, but hey, that’s the way the dice are rolling and until they stop I am breaking the limits of my ability to break the limits of my ability by not doing such as thing, and that is the way that all of this is unfolding, so there you go, or something.
I really should be studying for my exams at this present point in time, but there are other things and so on.
I think that I’ve maybe had too much coffee this morning and I’m racing a little more than usual.
However, that’ s kind of okay as my wrists and hands are feeling alright and they’re working a little better than usual.
Perhaps all this mercilessly assaulting keyboards is finally paying off in a way that I did not expect, although I did imagine that after a while my wrist that I sprained would hold u p better than it had shortly after it was sprained.
I’m not having pain shoot through my hand, which is good and I seem to be able to lose myself in the moment a little more than previously, which is also good, possibly, maybe. Who knows?
Still, this is am improvement. Perhaps it shall meant hat study shall not come so reluctantly this time around an d as I absorb all the knowledge that I need to in a brief amount of time, there shall be minutiae in the details that I was not aware of prior to my learning and therefore my predisposition shall surely shift sideways, slowly.
Perhaps it does not mean anything other than injuries take a bit of time to heal and therefore this is a sign that they are healing, but I still need to be careful not to exert myself, lest I risk some sort of additional strain that will end up leading to further complications that I cannot account for.
I don’t know. I’m not a doctor.
Marine science? I’ll be a doctor at the end of it all. Then I shall know, even though injuries will not be the expertise of my experience and knowledge, but if it works for lawyers, then it can work for ,marine scientists too, dammit!
There’s a bit of a story behind that last sentence, but it’s not worth going into. suffice to say I’ve spoken to far too many lawyers who think that as they are lawyers, they know all law and get a bit aggressive when you refuse to breach privacy laws to benefit them.
This has happened a lot in my time as a call centre person who works in call centres, but I digress.
Soon the study shall be had and there will be no cave in which I cannot understand.
I don’t know what that means.
The time it took to write five-hundred words: 05:58:58
Not bad. Not great, but not bad.
Could have been much more together, but it does make a little more sense than some other recent posts.
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