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just needed a little motivation

so i have been putting this paper off for about......2 months now. it is due next week. i don't normally procrastinate papers....i like to do them right away and get them out of the way, but (obviously) i've lost my ability to write! it is also a bit more difficult because i am limited to web research....finding books in english isn't so easy.
i figured i would do it over the weekend, but since Mr. French Man is coming, i put it off to next week. this morning he told me to email it to him by 7! i actually got it done. it isn't so much that he told me to do it....(though i did really need that), but that he actually wants to read it and give me some feedback. i truly think it is the worst paper i have ever written, so i was reluctant to send it (can we say "Humiliation"?) but i like that he takes interest in what i do.....


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May. 3rd, 2007 04:35 am (UTC)
that's wonderful!
motivation works wonders, I know. :)
sometimes I wonder -- I could have done that myself ... couldn't I have?
but I just work so much better when I have a Guide. :)
May. 3rd, 2007 04:54 am (UTC)
me too!!
and, better, his feedback was honest. he didn't just skim over it and say "nice" kind of thing.
and i can't seem to get this silly grin off my face....
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