Thursday 24 April 2014

U... is for University

I went to a terribly crappy high school, every one hated me. I was only there for four - five years and it sucked. What was awful too was that I didn't really want t learn anything much - maybe it was teenage angst, maybe it was a crappy place, what ever! But I have always enjoyed University.
I have been lucky to have attended two very beautiful Unis in places with great natural beauty and while I may not have enjoyed every single module ever, I have worked hard for those. Now that I'm learning through correspondence, it is a strange new experience. I find it very hard to maintain self-discipline and make myself work towards a new goal every day, but I'm working on it. My exams are in June so I really need to up my game now soon. Fingers crossed! But I do like Uni, just as I liked middle school!
This is the twenty-first post for the April A-to-Z Blogging Challenge 2014.
Previously, Archaism, British literature, Critical Analysis, Drama, Edinburgh, Faust, Gothic Fiction, Humour, Interpretation, Journalling, Keats, Language, Metaphysical Poetry, Narration, Ode, Papillion(ed), Quatrain, Romanticism, Shakespeare, Tone


Tony Laplume said...

I enjoyed the arts scene most of all, whether it was the poetry readings, the art galleries, the plays, the music acts. I don't have near that kind of access anymore.

SENCO Cat Herder said...

So pleased you are enjoying your education now - it is horrible to think that anyone has to endure school. As a mother I have this to say - enjoy and make the most of the life and opportunities being at university allows you - as a teacher I have to say - get on with your revision!! Popped over from A to Z Challenge thanks for visiting me

Michelle (A Thousand Lives Lived) said...

Great post!

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I'm also participating in the A-Z Challenge, and my theme focuses on books and the title of the book that I post about will begin with the letter of the day!