The next two weeks are going to be in-freaking-sane.
But what do you expect? It's the last two weeks before midterms.
That basically means every single professor is going to cram as many tests and projects as they can fit into ten class days (well, nine technically, since today is over).
Starting tomorrow, I have an Econ test. Wednesday-Saturday I have a Math test (yay online tests!), Friday I'm "probably" going to have a French Lit test. And I still have to read a play in French and do a book report next Friday.
One would think I would be used to this constant fatigue feeling seeing as it's been this way for years due to some of the medications I take (and no I can't quit them and there's nothing I can switch to), but I'm not.
I'm exhausted basically all the time. And it's hard. And I feel like I'm a complete fake because I have people asking me how I do all I do and stay happy and normal and I have no idea.
But I keep going. Because, in my eyes, I don't have any other choice.
And that's how I see it. Blunt? Always. Whiny and harsh? A little. But you can be damn sure that when I put my mind to something (ie finishing college) there's not a thing in the world that's going to keep me from it.
I have too much here on earth for me, supporting me, loving me, keeping me going to give up.
I don't know where this came from, and it probably doesn't make much sense, but for tonight, it's what you get. Blame the migraine and 6:30 wake up time this morning.