Results day today, and so I finally get to find out whether or not I get a degree in exchange for my last five years at University. And I do. I’m now entitled to put letters after my
name, which is nice.
I’ve got a lower second, which is (I know) less than I’m capable of, but considering my resits and other lark last year, it’s exactly what I expected, so that’s great. Was damn pleased
to see that my dissertation got a first.
Now I suppose I’d better get on with the rest of my life.
Yay! I’m back in Aberystwyth!
For my next task, I’m going to have to sift through over 7 hours of video footage of my trip, to produce DVDs for the consumption of the cycling team. Which is nice.
It feels good to be back in Aber (it feels good not to be eating nsima!). To give me a proper ‘welcome back’, and really make me
feel like I’d returned, Paul greeted me by telling me that the Troma Night web site
was broken and that I had lots of work to do. Thanks, Paul. Just what I needed to help cure this jetlag.
18 hours of travelling time is a great way to fuck up your system.
Anyway – you’ll all be hearing much, much more about my Malawian exploits over the next week or so, but for now, I need to start decompressing this video…