Walking up to university early in the morning, in the chilly sunlight of autumn. It's a bit windy and the autumn leaves are blown down in their dozens, diagonally. It's almost like a romantic scene in a movie, walking down a lane with the leaves flying past.
Of course, not being a movie, a leaf is bound to hit one right in the middle of the forehead. One glaces of my glasses, and another grazes my hand.
Yep, definitely not in a movie, and not dreaming.
Perhaps the best piece of relationship advice I've received to date is that only the two in the relationship know the truth of the matter, and how things stand. How other people perceive things is another matter. Ultimately, what happens is up to you and your partner,
Going on clinical placements at a General Practise was an eye-opener. I can't say I want to go into general practise (the vigilance needed is astounding), but it was good to get out there and have a look at what life will be like after university. Hands on experience was a nice change.
Of course, having had some hands on experience, university and lectures now seem.... tedious.
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