Ah, it’s good to be back at uni after four weeks off!
A lot of my free time has been taken up by sorting out my timetable and reading up on resources and study materials. I’ve also been busy with my student rep duties and preparing for the Lovelace Colloquium (you don’t want to know how many times I typed that word until I was happy with the spelling) with the lovely Hazel Hall.
This semester sees us moving away from doing the same modules to starting on the core modules for our individual courses. I miss many of my friends already, but I’m also enjoying getting properly stuck into the (metaphorical) meat of my course (I’m a vegetarian). Today was spent quite productively mucking around with the likes of ipconfig and tracert and wondering if the website we were all pinging thought it was under a DDoS attack.
On a more personal note, this week also saw us welcoming a new addition to the family:
Betty is a Lab X Collie from the Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home and is absolutely mental, but is also very loving and has settled in really well. Her owners sadly had to give her up when they moved house so we are fortunate that she came to us with basic training and house manners. However, Betty does tend to pull on the lead as she’s always desperate to have a good run across the fields, but I daren’t let her loose just yet as I’m not sure she’d come back! I blame the rabbit warrens dotted all over the place…