Currently finishing up the uni year.
Today - an essay on Shakespeare's The Tempest for English Literary History.
Tomorrow - a 3 km run for PE, and a reciting quite a bit over at Language Practice.
On the 10th - Philosophy, for which I only have one day to prepare.
Monday is Grammar, and I'm going to study the whole semester's worth of data because I was too depressed to attend classes through the half-year.
By Wednesday, I have to prepare a 15-page paper and a presentation on constructed languages, as part of the Theory of Language class, presenting in front of the former dean and a commission of teachers.
Still two exams are, thankfully, postponed to September. Gonna take the summer to prepare in a radically superb manner. Right now is... tough.
Outside of the uni, I'm getting the plan for the literary RPG done. It's part-design document and part-advertisement: here's what I can give, here's what I require, and if you want to join - you're welcome to. I'm especially proud of its presentation, given that it's hosted on a web page. Sometimes it's the only thing keeping me from curling up in a corner: the prospect of actually hosting the game one day. Soon enough I'm gonna have the server space and the domain name rented for the thing.
Getting slowly prepared, physically and mentally, to go back to Kemerovo. Overall, making sure I finish this year in one piece.
My sister wants to travel, and she invited me to come along. Being in the police force, she isn't allowed to travel outside the country, so Europe is out of the picture for her (not for me: I'm already hungry for the journey; we'll see). Current choice of destination involve: Sochi, Abkhazia and on-foot to Lake Baikal, 1300+ km away. I'm leaning towards the latter.