I am happy to say that, now the first law assignment of the year is over, I can get back to a proper routine. The last great millstone around my neck has been lifted! It was stressful getting it done because the recent problems with the mortgage meant I had to temporarily put my coursework aside (as well as my actual work) to sort them out. Thankfully now I’m done with it, save a little more catching-up over the next couple of days.
I ended up submitting work that was about 400 words under the word limit. This is not unusual for me because my writing style is very concise bug it does worry me. I feel like I should have included more evidence to back up my statements. If is unfortunate that I did not have the time to go through my notes again to find whether there was something more than legislation to show what I was saying was right.
Anyway, it’s done now so I can get back to working normally. As a final point, I wrote yesterday’s poem about the law assignment. I hope I captured how I felt about having to do it all so last-minute.
It is amazing how quickly a person can get used to writing in iambic pentameter. The poem flowed quite well for me and as a first draft I don’t think it is too bad. The first line is a bit clunky and I’ll definitely have to redraft it at a later date bug for now it will do.
After the assignment was done, I dropped into Second Life to see what was going on. I have the Pocket Metaverse Pro app on my iPhone for quickly logging in to chat. It’s great for that and I would recommend if to anyone who just wants to keep in touch but for anything else, it isn’t great. I attended a comedy club last night and if really did need the full-blown Second Life viewer to appreciate it, as the iPhone app lacks Voice support.
The comedy club was great however. I don’t know how regularly it runs but last night it was fantastic. You can visit it yourself by clicking here (SL required, of course – I wish their web version worked).
Today it us back to my routine of comics, writing and studying so I had better get to it! See you later!