Looking to the future . . .

It’s the 1st of July, and I’m around 1/4-way into the break between one course and the next. I’m finding it rather like being in limbo, and, although it’s giving me time to catch up on the teetering pile of ‘to read’ books, I’m missing that feeling of  edginess I get when my  TMA is due in, and I’ve still got tons of studying to do (I’m always at my best when doing things under pressure! 🙂

I’m feeling a little sad today. Thinking about this next course, my last one to get my BA (Hon), it’s made me realise just how much of my life has been taken up with study – not only with the O.U., but also with my Bible study. although, if it wasn’t for still having that to do each day, I think I would be screaming with boredom right about now! 🙂

With all the changes being made into how education is being funded, I don’t stand much hope of being able to continue with my study after I get my BA. It would have been nice to be able to continue with an MA in Creative Writing, but, without that funding, I know it’s just a pipe dream 😦

What I am hoping I can do, is the occasional 10-pointer, provided TPTB don’t price it well beyond my financial scopes! As I’ve done all the ones I was interested in for the Arts section, I’ll probably dip my toes into the world of the sciences, and dabble with various fields, to see if I find any of them as interesting as I’ve found the literature and creative writing to be.

I’ll never be a budding scientist,  but it would be nice to discover a little bit more about this amazing world we live on, or even about these bodies we all take so much for granted, until something happens to them! 🙂

Whatever happens, I can’t ever see me giving up on some kind of studying. Even with my hopes for a new world, I see an ever-expanding need for more knowledge, so can’t even imagine a reason why I wouldn’t be doing something in the learning realm!

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