Friday, March 24, 2006

feeling the need to communicate

My gChat status right now reads: "failing miserably in my attempts to focus my brain on that #%*@ thesis stuff" but the little box that shows your status is so small that all you can see without mousing over it is "failing miserably." Pretty much.

And I am editing a lesson plan from a workshop that I teach, and stopped typing mid-word to fix something else in the lesson plan, and when I came back to the word I had stopped mid- of, the word was "demonstration," and my sentence read, "This was a demon"

And I feel like that should mean that it's time to stop for the day.

This was a demon.

Blog out.

Ok, except for this: What if I do? Fail miserably, I mean. What if what I have developed for this Master's project really isn't good enough, or even just enough, to allow me to graduate? What do I do then? Erg.

Blog out, take 2.


Heather from One Woman's World said...

You wont, you won't. You're the brainiac of my world.

Lauren (formerly Jenna) said...

You can do it, chica. And I'm available to g-chat it, constantly.

Josh said... do it again, and again, and again, until it works. But wtih you, it'll just take once.

Anonymous said...

It doesn't have to work. You just have to say whether or not it does.

Times like these lead to odd bedfellows, and with a recently-completed thesis that I did way too much work on, and whose chair happened to be the same as yours, I found myself in agreement with my arch nemesis on the point that the candidate had fulfilled their prospectus.

(How's that for a run-on?)

Oddly, the light at the end of the tunnel is behind you: Your prospectus. Stick to it like rails. If it is faulty, well, your committee already approved it, so they cannot fault you for following it.

Now I'm going to stop sounding like I know waht I'm talking about, and get to work on my measurement project.