I’ve seen the world for what it really is.
I worked a real job and had real responsibilities.
I wanted to be the one people turned to on the weekends and I wanted to be important.
Then I went back to school.
This must be the downside of the co-op program. I’m learning things now that I don’t care about. I’m going through the motions as I always have and it doesn’t matter. I know what I want to do and I have confidence I can do it.
But I still need a degree. I still have to sit and listen to professors explain where things come from and what significance they have. I still have homework assignments and projects and stress. Every day I sit to work, I just stare at notes and write-ups and couldn’t care less. Such is life.
In unrelated news, there were some AMAZING thunderstorms this morning. I woke up to the house shaking and rumbles near and far. It was so cool. I’ve been told there are more coming. If I had my car, I’d drive off somewhere and watch them. My car is currently in the shop for a shift solenoid failure, apparently common on the ’03 Focus. I’ve also been told that car is marketed towards women. -shrug- It was my first time buying a car and I was a bit rushed. At least I got a deal.
Moving on, Doctor Who has been a complete let down. Spoilers are contained within the *SPOILER ALERT* tags.
Someone died in last week’s episode and we are led to believe the TARDIS blows up, sending cracks through time. There are also GLARING holes in the stories. The Doctor tells his companion not to touch “the light” but then he goes sticking his hand through it to get “shrapnel”. Naturally, the Doctor is more than just a normal person but still… it doesn’t seem right.
Back to the TARDIS blowing up. That’s just not cool. It just got remodeled and now they’re going to destroy it? We’ve already been told it’s the last one out there. What now? He gets stuck on Earth until they send him a new Time Circuit. Oh. Wait. Wrong series. Meh, I’ll keep watching but now I feel as though I’m waiting for the finale.
*SPOILER ALERT OVER*
Actually, that’s all I wanted to say. I feel a bit better now. But I’d still like to be handed a degree and go back to work.