Left and forward

My exam is at 2pm today. I technically should be studying, which I have been doing – but I can’t say it’s gotten any less dry. I am still coughing what shouldn’t be in my lungs out and my left side (shoulder/ribs) is feeling a bit sore- which I think means I did actually hit the door.

Just got a message from Ana saying she has my camera. Hooray!

I was having some curious ideas over ‘what’s next’ for me after being rather intrusive and asking some ‘why don’t you’ questions to a friend last night. It seems I should take, or at least seriously think about what it is I really want (study/career/to do) at the moment, instead of trying to think so much future wise, which can be a good thing but not always.

Anyway. Chucking the trowel on my current uni course before I finish the year is not any longer, not an option despite the completer finisher monster that lives inside my brain. That saying there is still much planning and thinking and praying to be done. I have also weighed up the course I was looking into doing (Profressional Writing) and worked out perhaps that maybe I shouldn’t be going there just yet. I could not go and work full time or I think I’d die of boredom.

It’s come up a few times recently and gotten me thinking – teaching, which was always the backburner plan, and truth be known based on those who know me, I’d probably be okay at it. I’d only go do it post-grad – so that’s a long term possibility.

In the meantime. Tabor (ie: more theological stuff) is looking extremely appealing. I always wanted to go back. I learnt oh so much each day there and I miss that level of engaging my brain. I am what, 20 and I get the chance to change my career 5 more times (statistically not practically) why shouldn’t I go do something vaguely impractical in terms of career for the moment? Earning big dollars has never been a draw card.

NB: Nothing is settled, I have barely started looking into it. I could well be doing BIM for the rest of the years or the next 2.5.

Ideas ideas. And more for the few of you who care about Rebecca’s seemingly fickle brain to get annoyed about. Prayer would be good.

And I should probably get back to reading over those notes and my text book again…

One Comment

  1. said:

    You would make a good teacher.

    I was re-thinking my course just today. I just feel like theres much more or something. Like its not really what I want to do – but it is, but I’m not good at it!
    I would have loved to do a course with YWAM – youth with a mission. Going os, fufilliing my dreams. I guess I have too many…

    June 12, 2006

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