You know what I noticed about the riders on tumblrs? Is we see other riders, and we just assume “I can’t be like that.” Well your not suppose to be like them, your suppose to be the best rider that you can be. Some riders, just fall apart on one mistake or after a bad ride, don’t always expect every ride to be perfect, don’t expect improvement after one ride.
First week of vet school year 2 is over and
It’s so full on. I mean, I knew it would be but HOLY CRAP. I’ve spent most of my time not in class studying. When I am not studying I am eating, on my way to class, or sleeping.
And I am also behind on my notes. Already. I could probably catch up if I pulled my finger and studied hard on Sunday buuut I want to go see a movie I’ve been waiting ages for. So I’m just going to stress myself further and cry.
Overall though I really like my courses so far. The lecturers are nice and the content quite interesting. There’s just so much of it. We’ve probably already covered about 60-80 pages of our neuroanatomy study guide (in TWO DAYS). We have a heap of assessment to get ready for too (at least three assignments right now and an exam in 10 days).
I will pull through. I will always pull through.
Next week I’m hoping to get into a routine that allows me to keep up with my notes and still have a bit of free time. I want to start walking around campus more to visit animals, and also to read more than just an hour before bed a day.
Horse riding tomorrow is going to be a very nice change of pace.
Some thoughts from week one:
Until next week, I hope my queue keeps posting!