One of the great things about texting is that I don’t have to keep running outside the library to take calls. And when you spend 13 to 15 hours a day between class and the library, that’s crucial.
So imagine my amusement when I began to respond to a friend’s text with “I am” and the predictive software inserted “in the library studying.” And the best part is, that’s what I was going to say anyway!
Life is good, though. I just spent 13 hours going through pharmacology and immunology at the undergrad campus. It takes forever, but it’s (mostly) interesting enough that I don’t particularly mind it. It’s kind of like whitewashing Aunt Polly’s fence, with that added benefit that the library can be a surprisingly fun place when you are there with the right people.