Well, I'm back.
Doesn't that line remind you of an ending involving a certain short and paunchy hobbit from a certain Middle Earth movie slash book trilogy? Too cryptic? If you're still in the dark, go figure because it's not really that important actually.
Anyway, the second semester started on Wednesday and I'm taking four subjects this sem too. Accounting 2, Macroeconomics, Introduction to Law, and Business Statistics. Hope I don't screw up QBM, which is Business Statistics in code, as the results from last semester didn't look too good. Oh, I found out I got a Distinction for Microeconomics from my first sem so hopefully it's the beginning for good and better future results to come. Really hoping to get a HD (High Distinction) for Accounting 1 but it'd be a miracle if I can obtain even a Credit for MKT, which is Marketing Principles in code, so I'd be really happy with a D. I have the least confidence in getting a good grade for MKT because past semesters' results did not foresee good things for me. Sigh.
Accounting 2 lecturer is quite funny and interesting so I hope I don't fall asleep too many times in his lectures in the mornings. FLAW, which is Intro to Law in code, looks promisingly interesting but difficult at the same time. Hope I don't bomb that one too. Four subjects this semester is going to be pretty hectic for me I feel. Even with Fridays off it's still going to be four long days to endure every week for the next three months. This paragraph sounds so tedious and dreary.
The thrill of going to college died long ago and I'm itching to get out of the country as soon as possible. Not that I totally regretted not going to Aus this year because I'd feel homesick but just that this whole business of studying and going for lectures and tutorials and more studying is really getting me annoyed and frustrated. There's nothing new anymore. The process is a bloody vicious cycle. I need to do something out of the ordinary. Like go for a two months back packing retreat in Japan. (if I were able to afford it) Just me and the natives and nature and the sheer thrill of enjoying Japan in its wholesome rawness. Sigh. It's a dream, I know, but that's the only thing keeping me sane right now. Aside from getting that Bentley too.
Eesh, I'm getting melodramatic and too narcisstic for my own sake. Well, I'm allowed some complaining-about-life-time for myself once in a while. Everyone's doing it.
On more real news, Carrie won as I always knew from day 1 actually, believe me if you will. Though I really wanted Bo to win but we know who America really falls for. I still haven't watched Episode 3. Heckle me all you want for being sucked into the whole SW hype because I feel ashamed enough for wanting to watch it because of a certain main villain. I finished reading Cummingham's 'Flesh and Blood' yesterday, which was a good read. Am moving on to classics, namely 'Robin Hood'. Yes, I decided to rekindle that flame for really old classics after a long stint in indulging in lesser known novels. My hair is growing out of that short bob I had a few months ago but I like it this length now. It's like my hair is neither here nor there meaning I can pull it back into a stubby ponytail but it'd look funny so I can't. If only I could keep my hair at this length forever.