waking up before dawn on a saturday morning has become a ritual for me. it’s a part of my life, it’s what i do – university rules my life. waking up early? i do not like it, i do not want it but yes, i do it. clearly, i’m not a fan.
this past saturday, the 15th, i woke up before dawn and reluctantly learnt about thermal physics – as you do.
physics is tough, insanely tough and extremely mathematical. my brain explodes every.single.class. this year is pushing me, allowing me to expand my mind and knowledge.
after class had finished, we headed over to the indian bazaar at st ignatius college. it’s on once a year and it’s infamous. i’ve been hearing about this bazaar since i moved to sydney and luckily, we were able to make it this year!
the bazaar is huge and the weather was perfect for an afternoon walking around while eating, admiring the stalls, purchasing random tickets for silent auctions and various raffles that help the school.
i love getting out of class in the afternoon, enjoying the sunshine and spending time with mothership and mj. this bazaar was the perfect way to enjoy the afternoon and get my mind off the physics – i might have taken the weekend off from my studies because i was feeling overwhelmed and exhaust from completing a sample exam that was due in class.
it felt bazaar to take a few days off, it was a strange weekend and i felt much better on monday for relaxing and watching dexter over the weekend.
lesson learnt … time off is useful.
especially after you sat a test worth 15%, finished an assignment that you handed in that was 13 pages in length and completed a sample exam that was exceptionally challenging to complete… yes, taking time off is ultimate.