free web tracker soliloquies: 07/16/2006 - 07/23/2006


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Saturday, July 22, 2006

one more left

It's a rather rare occasion for me to go to school on Saturdays, since Saturdays are usually reserved for work. Today was my second to last exam on French, designed for the Faculty of Law students. Although the problems seemed easier than any of the predecessors, I didn't study well enough to be able to answer the questions swiftly with confidence, but I think I did fairly well.

An unbelievable thing occurred today though. A friend from my class missed that exam from his misrecognition of the testing schedule...unbelievable. This may result him with an additional year in Hiyoshi, but I hope all goes well with his negotiations with the rock headed people of the Gakuji Center.

Different topic. There's a famous social networking service in Japan, called mixi. It is an equivalent to MySpace which is based in the United States. Believe it or not, I registered with the service when I was in high school from an invitation from my friend. I had absolutely no interest in the service then, since I was more leaned toward a similar service called GREE and I had about 1 or 2 friends for a certain amount of time, with absolutely no intention of increasing the amount of "linked friends" which we call "my mixi" or "maimiku" for short.

But as time went by, more and more people found out about my existence and now, that number counts 62 and that number is forecasted to grow even more. There are some people who's got over 150 "maimiku"s on mixi, but I wonder how he/she can possibly manage that many amount of people.

It's always pleasurable when you coincidentally find someone from your past online, but I don't understand the purpose of registering people at your first sight. I don't have any intention of declining any "maimiku" offers. Nonetheless, the management of an increasing amount of linked friends are becoming tougher, day by day.

Anyway, I will enjoy this small moment off from reality, so I can prepare myself for the upcoming finale of the examination period: Constitutional Law. Ciao!

Friday, July 21, 2006


I had my 6th exam today, but so what. It was a piece of cake anyway.

What mattered to me the most was the string of events that happened afterwards. It was a day filled with anxiety, regarding the weather, but the day's about to end with indescribable happiness and joy. Without a doubt, I can use the phrase "someone special" now. I am sorry that this feeling had to be revealed this way, but I must say...I am happy to the extreme.

The fireworks display was fabulous like any other year, but the day's outcome added on even more fascination to the event. July 21st is going to be a special day for us. I can't wait until the exams are gone for good, so we are liberated and free from them. It's a bit blushing...but I must confess. My heart is with you too!

Thursday, July 20, 2006

this week

I was going to update my blog last night, but I had trouble connecting to the service. It's been a while since I updated this blog previously...well, not really, but it sure feels that way since I had been updating it everyday for quite a while now.

To be honest, it had been a tough week. I have never studied that hard ever before to prepare myself for an exam of any sort, including my high school entrance exam. The Civil Law exams were really tough because of its complicated nature and the volume of stuff I had to study. I think I did fairly least well enough for the result to reflect the amount of effort I had placed.

During the past three days, I had Criminal Law, Constitutional Law and Economic Science exams as well. They were a bit less tough than the Civil Law classes, but there still is a certain possibility of myself failing Constitutional Law for my second time because of an evil nature of the professor. Damn him.

With 5 days of exam week left, I have 3 more subjects I must take care of. I presume that they are a lot less difficult that the ones I have already went through, but you never know. For now, I feel liberated from the pressure of the Civil Law classes.

I assume that no one from my university is looking at this page, but if anyone is, or anyone from any other universities that are in the midst of an examination period...I wish you best of luck on all of your exams. Cheers.

Monday, July 17, 2006

full day

The dreadful exams are coming up and all I'm thinking about in my mind is about the exams. Lie. To be honest, all I'm thinking about is about the upcoming trip to the UK, but the reality is right beyond the horizon and I must study as much as I can to brace myself for a cruel week of continuous testing.

Since all of the classes I took last year were relatively easy, this year feels a lot more tougher and I am having difficulty completing my study on all of the classes. I managed to finish Criminal Law today and I will return to Economic Science as soon as this entry is posted on the web.

Above all, it's really hard to concentrate with all sorts of ideas and plans regarding Britain swirling in your mind. The exams begin tomorrow. I haven't finished studying for any of the subjects besides Criminal Law. Conclusion: gotta go.