Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Blue Heaven

Its that bluebell time again. In my mind there is nothing nearer to heaven than a bluebell wood bathed in sunshine (unless its a bluebell wood by the sea of course).I've been lucky enough to get to our nearest one a couple of times recently and its been a break from pulling together the last bits of the current degree module which is now safely packed up ready to go to moderation on Saturday (gulp!) I've also just found out that I have to give a 15 minute presentation to the moderators as well on Saturday and the general opinion when I mention it to my 'Material Girls' was 'that should be no problem you're good at waffling on'- wasn't quite sure how to take that!
I have just found out also that my next module is another written one-ahhh! sometimes I think they must have the title of this degree wrong as there is so much writing involved in a so called practical course. However, I am determined to be positive and use my 'down time'(ha,ha!) alongside this module to work on my personal work for the 2 exhibitions I have coming up in September and February. I will only 'feel blue' in a positive way as the September work is all about water.
Wish me luck for Saturday- just in the waffle gene isn't working.


Gina said...

Good luck for Saturday Chris - I'm certain you'll be fine.

sharon young said...

I love the bluebells too, but it's nice to see the forget-me-nots, in the woods now.
Good luck with your presentation, I'm sure you'll sail through it.