Friday, August 24

Stress Valve

Hi. I know I'd said I wouldn't have written until after the exam...but I am studying so hard and being so secluded from any form of social interaction that I am beginning to feel like a pressure cooker that is about to explode. My family and friends are being simply great. They are standing right beside me at this time of incredible stress and pressure, preparing meals, being ever so tolerant of my unsociable behaviour and supporting me in every way possible. So here goes a huge, massive thank you to all of you who are supporting my pursuit of a dream.

I never thought I would, but I have actually started missing the blogworld a little. More than I ever thought possible, writing here has been an incredible 'stress valve'. Whereby a journal often becomes self-indulgent and unresolved, writing one's thoughts for public display appears to be ever so much more cathartic. I have also realised how some of the people who read this blog regularly have surprisingly become people I feel I know, I may have a connection with, friends. And like we all miss those who are dear to us when they have gone on holiday, moved out town, or have been to busy to keep in touch, I have missed you. So here is another wee 'hello' and a 'thank you' for the person you me as well as to the world. Ah! Feel better already! Biochemistry: here I come again!!!


Cayetana Altovoltaje said...

Ánimo, cara!! I'm sure you'll do great. Baci!

Mimosa said...

Hello back! I have been a single mom of two of late..Taking care of my nieces (6&1) the last few days. Hope you have inspirational studying!

Tanya Heasley said...

I don't check your blog much 'cause I know you're busy studying but when I do and there's a new post I think, yipee, she's still out there.

I'm sure all this studying will be worth it in the end, and besides, I'm still gona be here waiting to converse when it's all over.

el loco oficial said...

I've been abroad for one month...I agree, writing might be cathartic and the blogsphere is quite a good place to do it. One ends up having something in common with those who, in a way, are out there. You'll make it! Ride on!