I got an early Christmas gift yesterday. I passed my PSYCH 261 – Physiological Psychology course. According to the instructor it was one of the hardest course in Psychology. It was more like taking a Biology class to be honest. Over the past few months, I was not able to study as much as I would have liked. Before the arrival of Angelica, I used to go to bed between 19h00 and 20h00, and wake up between 03h00 and 04h00. I would then study before heading to work. But, with Angelica around, the earliest I can go to bed is 21h00. It would not have been too bad if Angelica did not wake up at about 02h00 quite often. But, that’s life, and I had to accept it. Because I knew I did not have the best preparation for this exam, all I wanted was to pass the course. The grade I got was among the lowest I got so far, but suprisingly, it was one which brought the most joy. This was because usually, based on the amount of work I have completed, I knew I was not going to fail the course. This time it was different. I did not know if I was going to pass the course or not.
Je voudrais vous souhaiter un Joyeux Noël (si vous célébrez la fête de Noël) et une Bonne et Heureuse Année 2011.
Pour beaucoup , Noël perd de sa magie lorsqu’ils se rendent compte que le Père Noël n’existe pas, mais la récupère avec l’arrivée des enfants.
I would like to wish you a Merry Christmas (if you celebrate Christmas) and a Very Happy New Year 2011.
For many, Christmas loses it’s magic when they learn that Santa Claus does not exist, but gets it back with the arrival of children.