Friday, March 21, 2014

i really wanted to go to Taste of Sydney last weekend, and Cake Bake and Sweets show this weekend, but they both cost money, and i just don't have the time.

drowning in so much uni work. so much stuff to know D=

the only reason why i like my visn subject is that the lecturer prints us the notes. this feels like the first time i've received so much free paper from uni during lectures. 4 hours a week learning about the anatomy of the eye. in intro anatomy, we learn the whole body in a semester, but for visn anatomy, we take the whole semester to learn about the eye, so you can imagine how much detail we need to know. you think the eye is small, but it contains so much stuff that each lecture is so content heavy. not sure how i will know every single muscle, vein, artery, nerves, holes, structure etc. is it even possible for someone to know every single muscle/bone/nerve etc for the whole body? even an eyeball has so much stuff connecting to places....i really don't think my brain is capable of so much stuff. these little stuff which are worth 5% of a strand, so technically 1.something percent of the whole course, but it's compulsory, and just hard to keep track....totally regret not doing anything last weekend...

i feel so noob. looking at my prescription from last year's compulsory eye test at uni, can't understand it apart form the basic prescription. all these other tests/techniques/instruments with their numbers/lines are all so confusing...

slept in an hour today, and was 20mins late to my 9am lecture. first time being so late this sem. i guess it's an improvement from last year...also, i don't understand why those commerce kids with less than 12 hours still skip half their lectures...

not i sound like i whine a lot. please, that's not my intention lol.

my less than $2 iPhone case (free shipping) arrived form overseas! it's actually quite perfect and fits all my criterias (: have yet to actually change the case though...

saving up money wherever i can, even if it's being anti-social and not going to dinners, and not going to cheap asian arvo tea places to eat with mum (personally, i don't really like cheap asian cafes. feels like i'm just eating oil, whereas in white cafes, there's more love, technique and better quality ingredients even though it's twice the price of a meal at asian places).

feel like this year will be my travel year (:

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