I now never need to study any Chemistry, Biology, Maths, English, Economics, Japanese or anything else for that matter-- well, at least until the end of this year.
Though, if you're wondering whether I'm enjoying my newly gained freedom, a certain part of me feels like I've just managed to exchange my studying time with another activity just as tiring (for me): socialising.
Now it's not to say that I detest seeing people and like staying cooped up at home. However, just because I don't mind seeing people, I do mind when it means that I have to spend almost every night out.
A part of my thinks that I should feel happy that people want to celebrate the fact that I've finished my exams- since it also means that it was of some significance to them.
Now, it's not to say that I'm ungrateful and unsatisfied with my break (I've only just started after all). However, I do feel the need to whinge just a bit as to how I probably won't get a chance to properly sit down, relax, and spend an entire day being useless and watching anime until I'm going overseas. At that point, I also won't be able to relax at home- because obviously, I won't even be at home- and carrying my entire library is not only impractical, but impossible.
For starters, today, I've got to spend my entire day learning a piano piece to play for a piano concert at 7pm tonight. And guess who hasn't been playing any piano since the start of this year? Yep, me. And who is stupid enough to choose a difficult song that even made my piano teacher sigh in exasperation when I went to see her yesterday? Oooh that's right- ME.
Okay, to be fair, the concert is not compulsory. A part of me wants to do it for my teacher, who I've spent years with. For my Mom, whose supported me over these years, and dealt with the many tantrums and emotional breakdowns I pulled (yes, last time I checked, I am a full human who, like all humans, are flawed and prone to emotional tantrums). And, I don't know--- for me? A sense of release? Closure?
Anyways, for the meantime, I should go and practice piano- I'll have to continue this sometime later.