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Well first of all I would like to apologise for an absence. This month has been rather hectic with a lot of university related happenings as well as personal matters.


Well what can I say, very very busy. First of all, my deadlines for this term managed to converge on a matter of days. Which meant being super busy with writing essays, reading research papers and trying to catch up on sleep all at once. I have recently just finished a 2,500 word essay on sleep in animals which I enjoyed researching as I have an interest in animals as anyone who has followed me for a while will know. Then we have had to produce an academic poster, write abstracts for this, write up a four week research project into the human diving reflex and then to top it all off I have has a spot examination.  A spot test examination for us Neuroscientists involves 40 minutes in which we have to examine 40 specimens of the brain and name an anatomical region, then a question usually related to this section. Each specimen has 1 minute allocated to both parts and then you move onto the next one. Our spot test happened to fall on April fools day as well which seemed just a wonderful piece of irony. 
            What else, ah yes, I ran for a position on the student's union, which I am pleased to announce that I got voted in for. We had to do a campaign, mine was pretty low-key seeming I was the only person running for my position and involved a few hand drawn flyers in buildings as well as the distribution of cookies and cakes on campus. it was all rather different but did take up a bit of time. However it was a rewarding experience and I met some great people who are really interested in making the university experience better for students.We had to attend a results evening where they announced the winners which was quite fancy. This ended up with a trip to the pub afterwards, although we were all so tired not much celebrating occurred.

Other stuff:

Well I have to stay in Bristol for the first part of my Easter holiday which commences tomorrow. I think I might take the time to go for some walks and really enjoy the first bit of time off I have had since the end of January. So that should be nice and also i need to do some organisational bits and pieces related to sorting out the beginning of revision for the summer exams which begin in May. The reason I have to stay a bit longer in Bristol is due to medial tests, oh what fun, another trip to the wonderful hospitals we have here in the city. I honestly can't fault them, they are super efficient, clean and friendly and make you feel like they actually want you to get better. Also as the hospital and my doctors all come under the university trust there aren't massively long waiting times, or at least there haven't been for me.
      Also I am rather excited as in  two weeks today I am going on my first holiday since visiting Scotland back in 2010. :)  Also first time going abroad in more years than I can remember. twistedthreads and I are embarking on a 5 day trip over to Brussels on the Eurostar. I'm looking forward to eating too much chocolate and sampling all the different fruit beers that they have to offer which are apparently very nice. We have also arranged to go on a chocolate making workshop which should be a lot of fun, although may be potentially messy. We have a few other things planned which are more cultural such as visiting the royal greenhouse hopefully which should open whilst we are there and going to an underground castle as well. I will hopefully be able to take some photos of my adventure and share them if they are any good on my return. :)

Well that is about all I have to say for now, hopefully a bit more activity from me in the next few days as I have some time to myself to relax and enjoy. :)

  • Mood: Content
  • Listening to: Jimmy eat world
  • Reading: Optional unit descriptions
  • Watching: Nothing
  • Eating: Bread
  • Drinking: Hot chocolate


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Gee231205 here, 22 years old. Student at the University of Bristol, reading Neuroscience Bsc. Keen photographer and hobbyist painter (watercolour medium)
Also partakes in cooking as a relaxation tool, as well as settling in to read a good book.
Oh and I am addicted to anything with moose on it. :)

Current Residence: Bristol/ South of England
Favourite genre of music: rock, metal, alternative, emo...
Favourite style of art: Photography, traditional (water colours) pencil
MP3 player of choice: iPod Nano (red)
Skin of choice: my own
Favourite cartoon character: Shinji Ibu (prince of tennis)

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GinkgoLouve 3 days ago  Hobbyist General Artist
Thank you very much for the watch. :aww:
gee231205 3 days ago  Hobbyist Photographer
You are very welcome :)
FicktionPhotography Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
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gee231205 Apr 5, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome :)
Modernmyth6277 Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
asldkjgfsfl thank you so much for the watch and the fav, much appreciated! ^^
gee231205 Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You're very welcome :)
Hi, thanks for the watch!
gee231205 Apr 4, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
You're welcome :)
Soffeline Mar 17, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
Thanks for faving :D
gee231205 Apr 1, 2014  Hobbyist Photographer
No problem :)
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