Writing Never Ends/最近ヤバイ忙しい


I’m preparing to turn in the first draft of my thesis to my professor next week, only to have him to tear it apart and make it bleed a red river of ink, but the weather is torturing me with spring-like warmth interspersed with snow that melts quickly away. Staring at my data and making arm-waving interpretations is difficult when the sun is shining and the air is warm.

It has been one month and nearly two weeks (yes I’m still counting) since I got back from Japan, but I still think about my trip every day. Remembering how awesome my vacation was makes the endless hours of staring at my computer bearable!

Leaving my fiancé was the hardest part, and between his job and my thesis work we haven’t had time to Skype or communicate much outside of e-mails. My fiancé suggested that I could concentrate better if we stopped writing e-mails too, but I told him that was not a good idea. In his mind, focusing on the task at hand and not being distracted is the best way, but I can’t go without breaks or without contact. Even just an e-mail makes it easier to keep going and to remember why I’m devoting myself to this even in the middle of the night: graduation and the next part of my life! Spending 12 hours a day researching and writing helps to make the time go quickly, but the time still goes pretty slow.

Now it’s time to spend my Friday night writing! (๑⁺᷄д⁺᷅๑)◞՞






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