a scheduled chaos

惊蛰。

Aloe gel and my keyboard.

Well, it’s been another Segment of the year. It’s March now, which means it’s less than a month until my thesis exhibition. After that, I’ll be pretty much completely empty. I don’t know how I’m going to come to terms with the fact that I’ll be done with school (probably not forever, but after going to school nonstop since 2005, it’s definitely something different), or how to also deal with Moving My Whole Life yet again… but… yeah. We’ll see when we get there. What’s there to say this time?

There was reading break in between last term and this current one. I did absolutely nothing (for school). I scheduled dentist appointments, thought really hard about my projects without actually doing anything, stayed up until winter sunrise, and tried to recharge (I guess). I ended up living pretty nocturnally, which I still haven’t recovered from, considering it is 3:46AM at the time of writing.

I only have three in-person classes, but I’m both too free and putting too much pressure on myself. It’s an awkward mindset to be, but I don’t think that’s something I can fix (especially now, with only a month left).

Anyway, I’m up this late because I was editing February’s video. Here it is below:

Nothing super interesting in there either, to be honest. March will probably be more interesting, considering I’ll be doing the bulk of my work this month… and also I remembered to bring my camera to school. Maybe I’ll capture these memories too. I’m slightly insane. Oh, I was thinking: most of my photos/videos are always taken during my final year at a school. For example, grade seven, or grade 12. For better or worse, I’ve got lots of moments immortalized in the increasingly aged digital files. And here I find myself doing it again, except four years later. Except this time, it’s my own camera.

I’m kidding, it’s not that dramatic. I just want to make sure I have enough stuff to really solidify the experience I’ve had in recent years. If one day I really do lose all memories, at least I’ve got all of this. I think I’ll end this post now—I should really be off to sleep.

Weird photo of the street on my way home from class a few days ago.

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