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I had a big biology exam yesterday that took up alot of time last week. Most of the study was spent stressing out because there was alot more to do than study for the exam. I felt ok with the exam after doing it (2.5 hours later), then remembered later during the day that I hadn't completed a diagram about the flow of blood through the heart. It stressed me out for the rest of the day up until I decided that there was nothing I could do about it.

Got my passing grade tonight. I'm happy with it.
10 papers down, 2 to go.

The last paper is Ethics in the health care system and it's worse than the math.The 5th intake for the next set of 10 papers began yesterday. All will be well.

Took the time out on Saturday to watch the Under 17s play the Flax Falcons. The game was called because of fighting, but PA won. It's really all that matters.


Appointment on Thursday for another flush for Larrys catheter aswell as training for PD.
I'm looking forward to being able to count down the days when he'll finally be home all day every day.

Daylight savings occured over the weekend for NZ. We sprang forward .. I do hate daylight savings.

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