I apologize sincerely – I’ve completely been neglecting the Post a Week challenge as it was implemented. There are countless reasons for my doing so, but they all aggregate to prove a singular point – I am horrendous when it comes to managing my time.
Now is that time of year – albeit that I, to my eternal sadness, managed to miss all three important competitions this year, I’ve retained an abundance to do prior to September. The most immediate items to be completed are 汉语桥, several A.P. examinations, the M.A.T., and the S.A.T.; this means that I must devote the vast majority of my current time to studying, revising, and holistically practising certain skills. By dint of this, I’ve virtually no time to contribute to my regular stream of activities.
Whilst I assure you that this vigorous preparation for standardized tests will cease with the end of June, I’ve a temporary solution: I will try to write primarily about those items that I’m studying. Thus, for the next two or three months, please expect an abundance of items pertaining to A.P. Biology, A.P. Calculus BC, A.P. Chemistry, A.P. French Language, the two A.P. English examinations, the Chinese writing system, and analogies.
This post was rather pointless – I suppose that I just felt compelled to share the metaphorical weight.
With that said, I recently reread the Oedipus trilogy, and have noticed that Lachesis, Clotho, and Atropos were probably the base for the Ghosts of Christmases Past, Present, and Yet to Come in A Christmas Carol.