It’s been raining for three days, and cold for weeks, but that’s the weather for you. I’m excited to finish this thesis paper. I’m also excited to start my job as a paid research assistant at Geva Lab *cue Drake’s Started from the Bottom*. Lastly, I’m looking forward to studying Korean over the summer (as I’ve alluded to for many months now). I just need to be careful not to put too much on my plate — I have an awful tendency to do that.
Suffering another long night. The literature of Filipino English is so very unfamiliar to me. This is probably why it’s taking me more time to write this paper than previously expected (that, or I procrastinate more when I’m in uncharted territory). I can’t wait to be finished this paper so I can get back to my thesis work.
By the way, today was part one of the NCSC turnover. We ratified all of the new council members into their positions (after a three hour constitutional review -_-“). It feels great to be able to close yet another chapter of my life. What exciting new experiences will follow from this? I don’t know, but that’s the best part: not knowing!
Anyway, back to wrestling with Excel.
Everyone has gone off to the New College formal and I’m stuck at home coding data, running stats models, and clacking away at two laptops. I want to finish my undergrad already, geez.
SENTENTIAL AMBIGUITIES AND MULTI-NEGATIVE CONSTRUCTIONS!
I just can’t get enough of them. I just can’t!
…speak to me in maths, Love.
16 hours to complete this paper…
Last year of my undergrad and I’ve yet to learn my lesson. Is this what it means to be young, and wild,
16 hours… It will feel like one.
Apropos of nothing, I’ve been watching a ridiculous amount of television by myself — It’s very lonely. When I’m finished with this semester, I intend to watch many more movies and T.V. shows, but with my friends and family. Maybe watch with someone who won’t find my analytic idiosyncrasies annoying.