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Do not on any account attempt to write on both sides of the paper at once.”
― W.C. Sellar

The exam has been completed – let’s hope that the results are positive but there’s a good six weeks to wait now! It’s quite weird doing an exam in a football stadium, especially as a lot of my fellow students were lining up at scout huts, village halls and classrooms across the country! It was quite a luxury really and the chairs were the most comfortable ever. The only problem is the small tables that, as you get older and move further on with your studies, don’t hold all the paperwork and equipment you have to bring with you! So the photographs today are this mornings sunrise (yes 5:30am again, maybe tomorrow I’ll get a longer sleep!) – and the stadium along with the beautiful bridge I drove home over when it was all over. Love the sea!

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“I have never known any distress that an hour’s reading did not relieve.” ― Montesquieu

It’s very true – reading can ease the stressiest of stress! I couldn’t quite finish my end of university assignment – so I read for thirty minutes something completely unrelated, and then tackled harvard referencing with a vengeance. The result was that I was able to go to the post office and swap this…


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