Classes have started for the second semester of my senior year.
1 Chemistry class to complete my Chemistry major.
2 fun/joke classes.
1 ambiguously ranked class.
That will be my life for the next 4 months. ...then it's over. Then I have to apply to medical school. That's a whole DIFFERENT road. And I've got to touch the real world for the entire of my journey down it. Scary. No more "Student-in-school" bubble to protect me from it. It's a "Student-wannabe" bubble...but that's hardly any bubble at all. Gah.
Still on Concerta, but my Doctor has basically told me to man-up and make myself sleepless by doubling up at different points during the day. That's sure to work out alright. #right? #probablynot.
But it helps half the time, and half the time is better than none of the time, I guess. All of the time would be better, but I'm working towards that still. Never expected it to be easy, I suppose.
So some comment questions: Leave answers and I'll reply on yours or whatever.
1) Are you a student?
a)What are you/are you intending to study?
b)Where do you want it to lead you?
2) What do you think of "the real world"--or the idea of it?