Goodbye my two-month break.
Goodbye, my summer plan of landing a job--online, part-time, whatever.
Goodbye, my anime to-watch list.
Goodbye, movies and series to watch in one go.
Goodbye, idle moments when I would just listen to my favorite playlists.
Goodbye, active blogging life. For now.
Goodbye, summer adventures--either solo or with friends.
Our project leader and thesis adviser
Still, I am not entirely ready for this. One summer semester means having to finish the course in just one month plus n days, where n is less than 6. That isn't even close to two months.
Just one month.
Only one month to have our papers reviewed and revised and to have our proposal to be approved. Only one month to worry what to write, what to analyze, what to think.
On the other hand, if I seriously take this course now I have only one month to worry about it. I have only month to spend sleepless nights, to feel tired of going to and from school, to
If I end this course without regrets, I'd be able to enroll the next phase of undergraduate thesis, the final defense and manuscript publishing, in the first semester! And if that, too, ends well, I have an additional three-unit slot for any course in the university! If I avail this slot, I'd like to take JAP10. Formal education to basic Japanese is yet to be granted. This is my chance.
When I realized this, I had been thinking that all of this might actually be a good thing if I really take this summer course seriously with less time to be distracted. However, avoiding distractions is my weakness. I have to do my best!