At this specific point in the school year, the dividing line between "UGH seriously?! This is...quite a lot of work" and "I am going positively insane / this is killing any remnants of my social life" is becoming blurrier and blurrier at an alarming rate.
What that basically meant was that any chance of me celebrating Chinese New Year basically went down the drain as soon as I discovered midterms in addition to an unfathomable quantity of assignments were on their way.
Oh, and did I mention that Reading Week (aka "March Break for Uni Kids") was essentially nonexistent as well?
Yep. The past two months of my existence has solely revolved around my ability, or rather inability, to find the sum of multiple series and produce a program that counts the number of words in a text file.
In short, I have been hit with such a copious amount of coursework that I am now seeing spots. Literally.
Jacket: XXI Forever // Prism necklace, belt: Ardene // Tights: Zara // Cherry-patterned button-down: Gap //
Bow ring: Aldo Accessories // Skirt, boots: H&M // Bracelet: Laura // Socks: Daiso
To me, it seems rather comical that these photos were shot quite some time ago (hmmm...late November I suppose?); I just never had a chance to post them.
As mentioned before, us Southeastern Canadians suffered from a lack of fluffy white ice particles on Christmas day.
Despite expecting that though, I, being the optimistic holiday-lover that I am, probably decided to combine some hot pink and forest green just to get myself pumped up for the (then) upcoming three-week break. Spikes and prisms are great fun too.
And of course, what could be more fitting than some flashes of gold-coloured glimmering metal to enhance the warm tone of the jacket? Why, absolutely nothing, that is, besides a quirky cherry print (whose branches just happened to be an equally bright shade of fuchsia) plastered all over a cobalt button-down.
Polka dot overload? I think not.
But if I happen to see one more circuit diagram in the next 36 hours, my brain might just overload.
>>> "I will see more circuit diagrams" == "Yes"
Haha, I think it just did. (The programmers will get it =P)
- miyaka ☆