Maybe this will help
I'm not great shakes at keeping journals on paper. Maybe this one will work out better. Even if nobody reads it, it will be nice to write things down, I suppose.
What's happening today? Well, it's Wednesday the 14th here in Australia, and I am allegedly writing my property law assignment (clearly I'm writing this instead). It is pretty interesting - it's about adverse possession (squatter's rights) and the policy considerations behind it, and whether it is still a good idea in a system of land registration. I don't think it is. Back when land wasn't registered, it had a lot more use, but these days it just doesn't seem fair.
In just under an hour I have to leave for a tutorial on Jane Austen at uni. I love the course, love JA (except for Emma) and I love my tutor, so it should be good.
This evening I've got jujitsu. I went back last week for the first time in 11 months after some glandular fever and procrastination. Unfortunately, my first night back was a fitness test, and I didn't perform too well. It involves seeing how reps of a certain exercise you can do in a minute. In this case, we had to try push-ups (26), sit-ups (23), squats (3) and over-unders, where you leapfrog over your partner then commando crawl back through their legs. I did one over-under, then my burning limbs simply refused to lift me again. I've never experienced muscle fatigue quite like it. Then we did a lot of boxing, which is also exhausting.
By the time we got to actual jujitsu techniques, I was in agony. Unfortunately, my sparring partner is a good 6 foot tall (I'm 5' 10") and 90+kg. I'm 70. I simply couldn't get him off the ground to throw him - most of the time, I fell over too.
Here's hoping tonight is less pain, more gain.