One of those days

It’s just one of those days today. I woke up with an allergic reaction over my face, hands and elbows and I feel itchy all over. This happened 4 months ago too but no one know’s what is causing it. Although I have a sneaky suspicion it may be my hair dye??

I wanted to pay my deposit to DCU today to secure my place but I “didn’t exist” in the system.

Also, money that has been trying to transfer to my account from the Fee’s office in college refuses to go in….. BOILING POINT!! “Breath Ciara breath” .. 

Then, I rolled up my sleeves and became a pushy person! I’m not aggressive by any means but sometimes you need to stand your ground when you know you’re not in the wrong. Anyway.. after numerous phone calls, stress and hair being pulled out.. end result of the day??

Money should be in next week and my fee’s are paid! RESULT!! everything’s sorted! 🙂

….. except my allergies *scratch, scratch*

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Writer’s Block

I thought I’d write about something that is really starting to get on my nerves. The irony of writing about writer’s block…

I have an essay due this week. It is actually due today but I am ill and have been granted an extension. But for some profound reason, nothing is coming into my head to write! Instead I find myself tweeting (yes I know!), looking up Adult Education classes for my Dad to do and writing a blog to all you lovely people. Even on Sunday when I tried to write, I ended up making a cheesecake.. Procrastination at it’s best.

I have worked out the reason why though, well two reasons.

1) I’m sick. It really doesn’t help.

2) I actually hate this assignment. It’s boring and I don’t enjoy it. Trying to write on something you don’t enjoy is so tedious.

Although you could argue if you do it now, it’s out of the way and you won’t to face another Irish Studies essay again. But I don’t want to rush it and get an awful mark. Although I did enjoy reading the book (Kate O’Briens The Land of Spices), writing about the temporalities and possibilities of female-development is  another matter. I’ve only got one month of college left though. I’d better just crack on with it.. Goodbye Kate O’Brien and your feminist literature!Image