Hey all. Back again, time for another blog. So, what’s happening with me? Well lots actually. I’ve completed my last Open University Assessment for my Death and Dying course. While I found it interesting, I didn’t really feel that it had much relevance for the study of counselling. I felt it was directed toward those who would be giving palliative care. Still, I’m glad it’s done and I’ll get some more credit. I’ve decided to take a break from The Open University. I’ve studied with them for three and a half years constantly. I’ll go back to studying in the New Year, and have already picked out some courses that are interesting me. I won’t be idle however, I go back to studying with Aberdeen University at the start of October. I’m looking forward to resuming my training toward qualifying as a counsellor. I’ll also have a little more time to write, which is always a good thing.
This week, I’m making a real effort to get Carrion City finished. I’m almost there but I want it completed before I go into hospital at the start of next week. Hopefully this hospital trip will be better than the last. I hated having to stay in for a week. It was boring, sore and frustrating. If it wasn’t for the lovely nurses and all those who came to visit, I would have probably lost my mind. Still, I’m hopeful that this will be my last hospital trip for a while.
I’m off to get more writing done! Hope you all have a great week! Until next time!