Right now, I should be reading about Game Theory for Economics.
Right now, I should be organising a reply to people who are interested in the Summer and Winter Event Committee.
Right now, I should be replying to the 50+ emails concerning various projects and ‘opportunities.’
Right now, I should be contemplating my future career and how I’m going to get an internship for next summer.
However, right now I’m trying to balance decompressing from an Econ Exam, Strategy Saturday, an Accounting Assignment and Finance tutorial with recompressing for the next couple weeks. I’m not complaining. Well not really, because I’m starting to really enjoy the work, the activities and atmosphere.
Hell, I’m just thrilled to be on two feet – got a pretty severe limp but it is going away slowing. It’s the small things that really make a difference: standing with friends at the pub with a beer, being able to take a shower without wrapping my foot in plastic, or taking a wiz without leaning.
Strategy Saturday, or welcome to hell, err Dell, went very well. It was my first full day without the cast. I stood up in the beginning of class and thanked everyone for being helpful and kind. Got a little applause for healing and then we started the show. The adrenaline from the morning, being able to walk and everything kept me going without the crutches until later afternoon. At some point, hour 6 or so, the day’s activities started taking its toll on me but a few Advil helped considerably.
Oh, at a few beers at the pub afterward helped medicate the pain as well. :)
Our group played very, very well on Saturday. We worked to the time given so it was still turned in with five minutes to go but none of us had that thousand yard stare that a few other groups possessed. Did we bond during the day?
I can’t say; my gut tells me this study group never really bonds but will learn to work together. In fact, Saturday is a good indication that we have learned to work together effectively.
When I say bond, I mean that if given the choice we’d still work together. My consulting case study group bonded because we have chosen to work together in the future.
Normally, I try to have some point to my riffs but this one is seems to be strictly record keeping.