So our individual report writing of the course has finally started. I’ve looked forward to this. My subject ended up being about the ecological importance of seawater to freshwater (and vice versa) transition of bull sharks (sorry D, that it didn’t land on the ocean acidification!). Yesterday and today were spent looking for a lot of relevant articles to read (and later review). Last night, I think I found over 23 articles to my five relevant sources. Today, I found another 10. I have yet to read them, and my original plan for tonight was to actually start reading and maybe start writing, too.
But that plan was laid to waste, since Zoe didn’t feel well tonight either. She just fell asleep, poor little thing. I don’t know why, but she seems to be suffering from some kind of stomach ache. The Dutchman and I have tried everything in our powers to mend it, and now she finally fell asleep, probably from exhaustion. We’ll see how the night plays out. That’ll determine whether or not she’ll spend her Friday at home or at daycare. She’ll probably sleep well, she’s a sleepyhead, just like her mom.
So, now I’m here, equipped with my various highlighters and pens to do my science-y stuff late at night. I want to sleep, I felt how much the bed had missed me today when I tried to get Zoe to sleep. But the bed must wait, science is calling me!
Even though, at times, it feels hard to even get started, I keep in mind that to be a good writer, one has to read a lot. So this is only a step on the way.
//c_Cae; do not disturb, reading~