Well that’s my first day of the second year of uni finished with. Although the start and end didn’t go so great, the middle bit (the Lectures/ Seminars) went really well. So to celebrate I thought I would share it with you.
Chris started his lectures at 9:00 this morning meaning he had to be up earlier than me. We had both set our alarms to make sure that he would get up. So at 8:00 my head was vibrated (ooh naughty!) by my phone just before the alarm sounded. After a quick cuddle Chris hopped out of bed and into the shower. I have to say that at the moment I rolled over and went back to sleep.
After saying Goodbye to him I got out of bed at 9:20. I hopped into the shower and started getting ready for the day ahead.
Yesterday I had started to get all of my books ready, so all I had to do today was pack them (along with some snacks) into a bag. My first lecture started at 12 so I left my house at 11:30.
I have to say the walk is really nice, I walk along two bike path and then through a park before I get to my University Campus. So now I can explain what squirrel park is, the second bike path I walk down always seems to have squirrels playing or sitting by the side of the path. It kind of makes me feel like I am Cinderella going to uni with the animal cheering me on.
My first lecture was journalism followed by Public relations. Although this week is obviously a welcome to the course, just like in freshers week really, I really enjoyed my lectures and seeing my friends again.
The last thing of the day was a Journalism Seminar. We sorted out what presentations we will all do, which I enjoyed and talked about issues in journalism at the moment. I looked at Privacy.
Of Course as soon as my seminar finished the heavens opened and on my 20 minute walk home I ended up looking like a drowned rat! Ahh pure beauty.
*I am hoping to go to the supermarket tonight as I am running short of food
*I have to get up for a 9:00 Lecture 7:30 get up I think.
*I really want to do some cooking craving mozzarella!
Hope you have all enjoyed your first days/weeks.