Limbo

12 Apr

So I was searching for a word to describe the state of my mind right now and “limbo” came to mind. Being the researcher and data hog that I am, I immediately searched for what limbo means and its etymology. Interestingly, beyond the theological connotation of “edge of hell” from the Latin word limbus, it can also refer to deleted files that can still be restored. Thank you Wikipedia.

Why am I in limbo, you ask? Well, after the last module’s craziness in Cool-ifornia, I find myself with 2 courses. One of them, Finance, I was starting to like because of my fun professor last module but now I’m dreading because I don’t know where my current professor is leading us. The other course has put me smack in the middle of a business simulation where I hardly have an idea of what I’m doing. And because I pride myself on my general management and facilitating skills, I pretty much said “me, me” for the position of President. And my teammates, bless them, allowed me.

So 2 courses that are not holding my interest, spiced with non-school activities – taxes, company (the real one, not the one in simulation) concerns, moving to another continent, student debts, unpacking, then re-packing – I feel a little off and not my usual self. So, how do I save myself? Love, of course πŸ™‚ D. has been helping.

Other than that, I can always count on: junk food, P!nk, and Hulu.

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4 Responses to “Limbo”

  1. Monica April 12, 2013 at 2:40 am #

    Another continent???? I love this! Beautifully written πŸ™‚ xoxo

    • lgc-c April 12, 2013 at 12:52 pm #

      Shanghai in May πŸ™‚

  2. Cielo V. Capitan April 12, 2013 at 10:03 am #

    Don’t worry. Things will light up and become clearer, soon, soon…The Light of the world is faithful and He never fails.

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