I am soooo tired :dead: I just come from Vigo (no nothing to do with Mortensen :mrgreen:, I wish! :luv:) with my mother were we were shopping at El Corte Inglés. No, I don’t work for them or anything, but it’s the most important, powerful and whatnot department store network in Spain and Portugal, and if any of you want to know a bit more about Spanish idiosyncrasy, you should hear about it 😉
I am tired but I am glad as well… Well, all the glad that last Thursday attacks allow :eh:
I’m glad because there’s going to be an important change in the Spanish government, and even though I fear the winning party might have some problems due to their lack of absolut majority, I’m sure they cannot do it much worse than J.M. Aznar administration :doh:.
And I am also glad because today I’ve fininshed my Pedagogy Course practice period (I had to teach Spanish to high school students for 3 weeks), and the truth is that I have enjoyed it a lot, and I dare to say that my pupils have enjoyed themselves in my class to :geeked:. But it’s been really tiring :P.
Anyway, now I must focus in the pile of stuff I still have to do. I’m going to write it down here just to remind it to myself each time I come to the Internet to check messages and so on 8-). Here it goes.
— Write the report about the Pedagogy course.
— Spend one whole morning in my Faculty Library fotocopying articles for my pre-doctorate thesis in order to read them in Norway.
— Polishing up my database for the already mentioned thesis.
— Talk to my uncle… I mean: my tutor 😉 About the two last points written above.
— Phone my private lessons pupils to rearrange our timetible.
— Prepare my week-end trip to Salamanca (that includes several other actions).
— Getting prepared for my supertrip to Norway :dance:, which includes phoning K., his parents and buying some stuff.
Iva, thinking about the last has made me remember you and your visa problems :???:. I really symphatise with you, and do do hope that you will soon be able to travel without all those impediments again, I really wish it.
I’m doing most of all that stuff in Santiago, so I’d better be going, because I’m catching one of the morning trains to Santiago and I need a bit of extra sleep…
Boas noites… 😉