Monday, April 23, 2007

Second year coming to an end

It's hard to imagine, but this is the last week of term in my second year at college. With only 10 more teaching hours to go, we should have most of the information and inspiration for the exams - which start in four weeks time. AAAAGGGHHHH!!!

After this week, we have three weeks of 'study leave', which is free to be spent wherever we decide, and then a week and a half of exams. So by 1st June I'll be free for the summer, and also will be a final year student (almost!)

I'll probably be in Dublin quite a bit of the three study weeks - I know if I were to be at home I would get no work done at all... instead going out for random drives and stuff. That's not to say it won't happen in Dublin too, but there's less chance of it.

In the middle week we also have the excitement of the Church of Ireland General Synod, this year being held in Kilkenny. I'll be there, representing the good folk of Dromore Diocese. Then on the Saturday following, I'll be back in Kilkenny for the Leahy - Avila wedding. Can't wait!

So now I need to get a prayer letter written - it's been a while since I managed to get one out, hopefully before Late Prise in the Chapel... and a few other matters to attend to. Like revision. Maybe!


  1. Late prise, eh?
    IS that some new form of liturgical worship or a spelling mistake?!

  2. Thanks to my eagle-eyed anonymous contributor! Not wishing to be innovative in the manner of bizarre liturgical forms (there being enough of those as it is), I will confess a simple spelling mistake, on the grounds of typing too quickly and not reading things over again before pressing the 'publish' button!