“Put the cellphone into the box, i will find myself to live in the whole life”
Spending my december in the box, called thesis. My professor won’t let me imposing him into a appointment. He established monday as advisement day. Someday i met him at another day, he was okay. When i am stuck having plenty of things on my mind. I walk to his office seeing at the glance, hopefully his ass would be right there. At the second week i was asking his driver, he told me the professor have an abroad flight tonight. At the third week, i was waiting him from monday to thursday, giving me another bunch of queston to ask. My co-advisor is the same thing, he never replied my message. On the other hand, he is a nice person when i met him in person and really helpfull, and he hates when i text him.
Two days remaining before i meet another my december, amazingly i had read almost five books a month something is really rare i do. Not only books but also journals, i could read some of them a day, three until five. Where i put me into, i forgot, it’s like not me. I switch on and off the lamp by myself, noone in here all of them are taking their holiday, just me. Should i call my room-mate as distractor? I don’t talk much this day, instead shout out loud by myself, noone hear.
My bathroom ritual gives me something, “put the cellphone into the box and enjoy your life”. Since my professor won’t let me rush his schedule or never reply me text. They force me, to throw my cellphone away, and implicit said, if you need to meet me just come to me. Furtermore, having my time or my concentration to enjoy the books is not a bad idea. Let’s see how long will it work ? and Don’t me need a friend talk?
I just think about it, today i was drinking coffee in a coffee shop and having a good talk with the barista. Does it enough for me? And when i need to talk my friend, why do not i visit at their place without asking them, do you free or something? It is like you are looking for your professor, no text, just come. Sometime i got nothing, but i think im okay.
“Life will be not easy, let me know then”