September 28, 2005

First typical English day…

Today, we had our first typical English day – cloudy wheather and rain from 4 to 11… Nevertheless, it wasn't too bad. I had no class today (same as tomorrow, btw), and therefore could concentrate on doing other things, for example shopping or collecting signatures from my lecturers. Yeah, that's right! I have to run from prof to prof just to make them sign my "Module selection form"... little bit annoying, because it doesn't make sense. However, I collected ONE signature – seven to go…
Yesterday, I had my first class – it was OK, although I do not know much more about the topic than I had known before… it was mainly introduction and video-watching (interesting, though). I think it's not getting too hard, but you never know…
It was also the second day that I was running in the morning! I am really proud of me… ;-) I am planning to join the sports union and do some squash. Would be fun.
I am looking forward to seeing more comments! Thanx for the ones you wrote up to now!

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  1. Oli

    Hi Andi,

    don't take my comment about the language too serious! ;-)
    It's not too hard to understand for me…
    What do you mean by: 'running in the morning'?
    Because you were late or did you do some sports? If this should be sports… you are crazy g



    03 Oct 2005, 16:51

  2. HI Oli,

    it was sports, I am sorry…
    No, actually, I'm really proud of myself, as I said! And you're also doing lots of running, don't you?

    05 Oct 2005, 14:35

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