I haven't really posted since I left work and started school. I'm probably not going to do the whole transition justice with this quickly typed summary, but I've got a Philosophy lecture in 15 minutes - so a summary it shall be.
Finishing work was strange; it was a little more emotional than I thought it'd be. However starting school two days later didn't give me much time for contemplation, which was probably a good thing. I still find myself getting up of a morning and reaching for a shirt with accompanying tie. It would seem that 6.5 years of habit is going to be hard to break.
The bureaucracy at uni has driven me nuts. There hasn't been a single subject which has been free of some sort of stuff-up. Wrong booklets have been handed out; incorrect tutorial times have been posted... I've managed to ignore all these shortcomings, and now I'm starting to get into the nitty gritty of the subjects.
The other interesting thing of note about uni is the uneven proportion of boys and girls. I'd say that there are probably about 5 girls for every guy, which really isn't that terrible.
I'm going to have to talk more about the burgeoning feeling of isolation that arises when walking into a tutorial filled with people born in 1987 later - Descartes calls!