Today turned out to be a bit different than I thought ...
I got up early and managed to stay fairly focused and get quite a lot of studying done. I mean, you can always do more, can't you, but at least I prepared what was on the schedule for today's lecture, and started on tomorrow's.
I went into Uni, and as soon as I arrived I saw two students from my course. At this point it felt natural to walk up to them - which is a good thing, definately - so I did ... and I was greeted with the words: "The lecture is cancelled!"
Eh ... okay ... I knew that our teacher had spent pretty much all day yesterday in surgery, but he had assured us he would be fine ... We didn't get any explanation, but were told that tomorrow's lecture had been moved forward from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. ... so I'm guessing things aren't that great with our teacher - and there's every chance tomorrow's lectures will be cancelled as well. I totally wouldn't mind that (duh!), because I always work better when I don't have to work against a time-stress-factor all the time, but I also know that we must have these lectuers at some point, meaning the workload the upcoming weeks will be much harder .... I still wish I could get a "home-day" tomorrow, becuase not only do I need to study, it would also be great to be able to relax a little, and catch up on things like cleaning and doing laundry.
The last notice on the website is that tomorrow's lecture is on at 2 p.m., but I'll certainly be checking it all through tomorrow morning.
Luckily for me, I didn't have to stress much this afternoon - which feels great!! I'm really SO tired right now, so it feels fantastic when I can relax a little without a guilty conscience! :)
I've worked a little on my new internet project, and I've also watched the Ice Hockey World Championships, where Sweden beat Denmark by 5-2 ... *yay!*
Unfortunately I've been fighting against a pretty severe headache all afternoon, so I'm gonna turn in early tonight - I need to get a lot of studying done tomorrow morning, since I have to assume that the lecture is on!