Fri Nov 15, 2013, 5:23 AM
Hello again, my sexy ponies! ♥
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love, kezzi ♥
Yeah, I'm in my third year and I'm sorting out deadlines as well. Still, it's not as hectic as last year was...
Hope you have a nice weekend as well!
Yes, indeed! What are you studying if you don't mind my asking?
Sounds like it c:
I'm studying Earth Science! c: Through the four years it's involved everything from volcanoes and dinosaurs to climate change and life on other planets. My specific passion is palaeontology (with a focus on using fossil proxies to resolve past climate conditions) but I love it all!
Wow! That sounds really fascinating! c: History and English have been my main thing, but I'm really interested in Science and studying the Earth as well. I've always found the idea of other forms of life (like the dinosaurs) to be really amazing. I can get really romantic about those who came before us and the mystery of Nature...but serious subject, of course
I'm happy to hear that you enjoy it though. That's half the battle won as far as studying goes
It is pretty awesome! Also it's great that we have a the kinds of subjects that a lot of documentaries are made about, and they can kinda count as extra reading (did you see the science ones Richard Hammond did recently on how to build a planet? Pretty cool) :'D
And I agree, the more you're fascinated by your subject the less it feels like hard work
Sounds like we both made pretty good course choices!
I'll have to check on my viewing of Richard Hammond, the man is awesome! I tend to watch any kind of documentaries because I like learning new stuff, but history documentaries are really fun to watch (although I can't really cite them in an essay...yet)
Very true! Having fun with your subject makes it easier on yourself.
Sounds like it! I know I'm enjoying History atm