Law test yesterday, exam in my computer applications class today along with 'lot drawing' for presentation order on Wednesday. I'd be lying if I said I was more nervous about the presentation than the exams. I honestly really hate class presentations. Not that I don't see why they exist, I just honestly and truly hate them.
Coming up on the halfway point of the semester, I can honestly say that I hit some rocky ground this time around when compared to last semester around the same time. By no means am I failing (I'm actually sitting at around a low A or high B in all of my classes), but my 'groove' is definitely off and I'm just sort of floundering about, trying to keep ahold of everything. I have had a few slip ups, though less due to my own failures and moreso to the class itself falling behind schedule and the assignments either getting drastically pushed up or becoming due sooner than anticipated.
That last part has been especially true for my selling class, which is the devil that screams the Curse of Presentation at me and my bloodline with the hate of long ages past.
Despite that, I still have another whole half of the semester to go. I feel like after the halfway point things just sort of start coming together in terms of determination, focus and 'groove'.
tl;dr : I got this.
Beyond the college daze, the social life (see: relationship, because 'love life' is a bit alliterative and, let's face it, silly) has been a bit shakey. Though most of this shaking is likely just perceived, the fact that I'm perceiving it when I didn't before makes me question a thing or two. Such as, what changed (or didn't change) to make me feel like things are taking a bit of a dip?
By no means am I suggesting that my relationship is in any immediate danger, though I like to think I have a good thing going on here and I'd hate to see it go south, even if it was just for the winter (metaphorically speaking). It's just that I like to keep up on any problems, perceived or otherwise, before they go from problem to PROBLEM, if you catch my drift.
So, we have this (over) analysis of something that is more likely than not an imagined glitch in the system. I'd like to chalk it up to the mope I mentioned in the last entry, but only because, like the mope, I see no real foundation for it. I suppose there'll be more on this after I actually speak with the girlfriend about it.
tl;dr : Bitches be crazy.