Argh! The summer homework!
July 29, 2010 ~ Filed Under: Uncategorized ~ 201 words
Just said just done, I checked my summer homework agenda and I realized that there’s a research to be written, based on our last term paper of June. Oh great, just great! >_< And I was even going to put my old term papers for sale on come college writing site to help other students… Also, more work to do. Yeah… I hope Shotfire and Commander Police will be patient and generous enough to allow me some term paper assistance and take care of the Summer Festival by themselves. I really need to put my studying duties first this time. Sometimes it’s really tough to be a Robocity Leader… I mean, it’s a wonderful job, but sometimes you realize that 24 hours in a day is really too little to do everything you need to do. I wish I had more time, just like I complained in my last post. My only reward is seeing more robots and human beings joining this city and live happily and feel loved. That’s all that matters, I guess.
The trouble of not having time
July 29, 2010 ~ Filed Under: Updates ~ 211 words
Sometimes I wish I could write a research paper at a much faster pace than my current possibilities. Alas, my job as a Leader and my responsibilities at home make it all so much harder. :( I don’t have a lot of time to dedicate to my studies, so I had to re-invent my time gaps from work and family to be able to take full advantage of them, and study very quickly; but writing… oh no! That requires time, concentration, thinking… and a lot of drafting and rewriting and correcting. I wish I had the time for all that jazz. :( A couple of times I had to use a research paper service, or get the research paper writing done by my friend Fulmine. I downloaded a few paper sample from ResearchPaperStar.com too, to have a ready made structure on which to build my whole writing. Yeah, that’s what I do… I wish I didn’t have to.
P.S. Sometimes I wish I’d be another person so I hadn’t to live this super busy life. =_= But yeah… I should be stronger against difficulties, I know…