So we’ve finally made it to Wednesday, which means the worst day of the week, Tuseday’s done with. And yes, while I can’t cite sources on this, Tuseday is the worst. It’s the day after Monday, so whatever energy you might have had after the weekend’s rest’s bound to be running short by now, and the coming weekend’s days away. And on a personal note, Tusedays generally give me headaches.
Thankfully that’s over and done with. Like my exam paper.
Yup, that’s right. No more exams. I handed in my last exam, for now, Monday, and while I’m a bit anxious about the marks, there’s very little I can do about it now. So instead, after SEVEN months straight of hardly anything but exams, I’m going underground for a couple of days to celebrate, get some new impressions and FINALLY finish Manuscript Found In Accra by Paulo Coelho. In other words, I’m going to reset my mind before a month of working full-time.
In other news, we celebrated a long-time friend’s birthday last Saturday. I like giving pressies, so I spent hours online looking for something I figured she might like. I did ask her for a wishlist, but for a girl I’ve known since kindergarten, something practical like cheap self-tan, peeling, hair mask or a bottle of wine…. That just wouldn’t cut it. I wanted something personal.
After pondering the issue, I figured a small initial necklace might be right up her alley, and after consulting a couple of other friends I settled for this one by Maya Rolc Majeric. And I was ever so pleased with meself. The necklace arrived within days. Unfortunately, I couldn’t photograph it for fear of succumbing to temptation and post the picture before the birthdayparty – What can I say? I’m a geek when it comes to pretties.
Anyways, I think she liked it, but most importantly, we had a fun night out, and come Sunday I actually managed to finish that blasted paper.
Now I’m going to hide under a blanket and watch Bones, because it’s friggin’ cold here in the North.
Enjoy the rest of your week.