Thursday, May 13, 2010

Uni meltdown time.

Although I am not highly intelligent nor highly daft, I am not very good at maths. I am okay once I know what I'm doing, but some of the concepts are confusing and very hard to grasp, if you're not used to thinking that way. I have been tackling an intro to stats unit at uni this semester. I have done better than I suspected but now with the exam looming and last assignment due, I have been feeling quite unsure. There is a pretty good chance that I can scrape by, despite the fact that I am ignoring one section of the unit. Hopefully it won't be in the exam too much (it will def. be in there).
My preservation instinct will kick in and I will start to revise properly...soon.

Last week we bought some endemic species to put in the garden. We included a tuart tree, which will hopefully get to grow for a long time. When planting the natives, I just mixed in the top soil that was formed and didn't add too much fertiliser, just a bit of minerals that I like to add here and there. I enjoy adding a little bit of habitat to the local landscape.

We have been getting many kinds of honeyeater birds in the garden lately. They love the trees and the smaller shrubs. So many places to hide out.

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