Sunday, July 16

(don't dream it's over)

There isn't much to say that hasn't already been said. This will make for a boring post, but this is the first post of a semester that promises to be the most hectic so far.

There will be no mid-semester trip to Cairns, there will be no room for weekends away. Easter will not happen, and I will not stumble about throwing wet shoes at tents.

I won't be spending much time, if any, at the (Melbourne International) Film Festival (spelt out for the unaware).

This is essentially make or break, I have to bust some ass to get through a lot this semester in the face of some fairly large scale things going on in the background. Things that typical attempts at blog anonymity preclude me from sharing with you.

In terms of graduating, the reality that I can share with you, loyal blog reader, is that I'll more than likely have a couple of subjects left over past the end of this semester, before I can graduate. I'm comfortable with this, I doubt everyone else that takes an interest in my studies such as my parents, the tax department, the university is, but I've learned to deal with it.

This coming semester is fairly marketing intensive, keeping in mind the fact that I've been able to get by before now on a diet of core business subjects and politics subjects with marketing as a side serve more or less. I'll have one politics subject which looks like being Balkans related - this will be great for those marketing jobs I go for in Belgrade next year.

The semester proper is a week away, meh.


Anonymous shauna said...

good luck comrade.

1:31 AM  
Blogger Enny said...

I may have a cheat sheet from my marketing if that's any help?

Doesn't stop it from being my most hated subject EVAH.

5:56 PM  

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