Don’t talk to me about Carter! . . . .



I haven’t been driven as crazy as this by a critic since I joined the O.U., even right at the beginning when I did my first 60-pointer, and got introduced to the mysteries and madnesses of the literature critics!


To be fair to Carter, when he’s not tying us all in knots with his confusing efforts to see every side of the argument, he’s an interesting read, although where the humour is in his ‘mobiles’ example, I still haven’t a clue!


But, thankfully, I’ve actually managed to catch up with myself at last, albeit through dint of working on my course whenever I was awake enough to do so, no matter what time of day or night! I’m not sure if I’ll be able to keep this up, but I’m going to give it a go anyway 🙂


I have to admit though, that I don’t feel as confused now as I was a week or so ago, so I’m either absorbing more info than I thought, or I’m just kidding myself! I’ll know better when I get to see the results of my first TMA – and I just hope that I see it soon, as I’m driving myself crazy checking up every few hours or so, to see if the results are in! Lol


I don’t think I’ll have a really good result, mind, but if I just get a pass I’ll be happy – well, happier anyway!


And while I wait, I guess I should be getting on with the multitudes of activities we’ve got to do each week {gulp}.

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