I think I undermine myself a little too much.
I give myself too little credit than I deserve.
To an extent that it is becoming annoying. To others, that is.
I always prefer to remain sceptical because I never believe in having expectations beyond your reach. They say fear protects you (and it probably does), but I believe so does scepticism.
When you don't expect, you don't get disappointed. Plain and easy.
Though there probably is a flip side to the statement above, but I digress, cause that would only provide a flaw in my argument and then I wouldn't have much of an argument anymore now, would I?
Anyway, directing you back towards the point of my argument, which actually involves my 2nd assignment for Media Studies. I got an HD. "Sweetness."
But honestly, I am shocked. What is harder to believe is how others can't understand why I'm in disbelief of my result. It's a 2000-word-long essay. Might only have spent a day doing my research. Wrote it in 2 bloody days. Wrote the last 5-700 hundred words in uni on the day it was due. So me feeling iffy is completely justifiable!
Not everyone would agree. My tutor included. Blargh.
So maybe I should accept the fact that I just might be gifted in the Arts.
p/s: One of the joys of doing Arts is that you may feel like you're writing bs, but the bs could very well be HD worthy.