I have done Salva's Lipids and Membranes coursework, and Marianne's three problem sheets. I have completely screwed up Prof H's horrible Glycosylation coursework and my brain isn't working well enough to fix it. And I've done about 1/4 of Marianne's lab reports OF DOOM. All of these things are due in on Friday 16th.
Then there is also Philip's Mass Spectrometry problem sheet and Howard's Organometallic problems, which are due in on Friday 30th. The Mass Spec should be easy, the Organometallic looks horrendous - but Howard is really friendly and I could probably get him to go over some of it with me, or I could ask Philip to help me with it like half the class has already. (Not sure why poor Philip gets abused - because he's too nice to say no? Perhaps there's a lesson in here for me.)
I suppose I should prioritise the coursework that was technically due in on 16th over that which isn't due in until 30th - even though I now have an extension of unknown length for the stuff due in on 16th, and don't have any extension at all for the stuff due in on 30th? Hmm. To some extent I'm limited to what I can face working on - if there's a piece of work that I understand and think I could concentrate on, I need to do that rather than spending hours sitting in front of a piece of work that I can't focus on. But it's difficult.
I'd like a new brain, one that works better in the wintertime without lots of insomnia, bad dreams, stress, and crying. If anyone sees one on eBay - well, I think there are several of us who could do with it.