Euphoric Nothingness
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2003-08-29 04:35:23 (UTC)

A Simple Hope

The summer has gone. Poof. Dissappeared. I have
completed four days of school and I already see that it is
going to be an interesting semester for sure. Lots of
stuff could happen, but that is what I also thought about
the summer. And we all know how that turned out.

Beyond a doubt, this week has been the hardest first week
of school I have ever had. My summer vacation essentially
consisted of the threee days between the GRE and the start
of the semester. These three days were spent workaing and
dealing with the break-in. By the time December and
finals come around, I will be ready for a break. I just
hope that I have enough energy to prepare for another GRE
exam. I just hope and pray that I can make it through
this semester without the chronic fatigue problems that I
have had in the past.

But I have to keep telling myself that when I want more
than the average student, I have to fight and work
exponentially harder at making it happen. I have to
support myself through school, obtain my two degrees (and
my minor) and make something (graduate school) happen. I
have to stay motivated somehow and I am looking for ways
to fo that while enjoying myself. It's extremely
difficult and sometimes painful but I have to remind
myself of the prize at the end of the tunnel.

Like I said a couple days ago, I think something is truly
missing in my life. I have a strong hunch as to what it
is but I am not completely sure. And I am not sure how to
go about obtaining what I would like to have. I mean
money is tight and I don't want to screw it up. I suppose
that extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.
Hopefully whatever I do will yield extraordinary results.