The past few days I have been going through a myriad of emotions -
I barely had time to realise a thing and its more than half term already
A feeling of loss -
when Prof . Bob Stine who taught stats told us last week that it was his last class, I could not help but feel sad. He was a phenomenal teacher and his knowledge base was astonishing. I have taken a stats course at the grad and undergrad level, but this time around stats was a revelation - it was not just a combination of means and errors and variances- it was amazingly interesting bcos I learnt wat each of these meant in the context of the real world. Thanks Bob!
Deja Vu -
of undergrad days, where most of the time - open book exam meant "DANGER" and studying doesnt matter if u r not a pro at the subject already. The economics mid-term was a disaster to others who were very disappointed....to me it was no surprise, I was expecting a tough paper and knew it was going to be disaster for me - But I was not expecting such a large scale massacre!
my "to do" list is always atleast 15 items long and most of the time I keep carrying over stuff for several days before I get done. On top of the assignments, and quizzes I also need some time to spend with SS and that is becoming increasingly difficult as time goes by. All this with a broken leg just makes things all the more interesting [if u know wat I mean!]
the only solace I have been getting apart from all the great support from everyone around me is my Ferrari [aka my wheelchair]....I think it has helped in the healing of my leg quite a lot and I'm loving the feeling of whizzing on it...However it will be gone soon.
Doc says my hairline fracture is healing pretty well and my cast shud come off this weekend
As is evident from my previous post.
So...as always life here is a very mixed bag of emotions - just a lot more variety to choose from:)))