As if I would be able to wait until the treadmill to discuss anything, let alone my future, my career,my studies, with Kobus. The bonus was that he phoned me, as I was about to type him an email! I pretty much listed the specs as follow:
- Thinking of changing my major from… to …
- I will keep most of the subjects I have already completed as credits, i.e. I haven’t wasted the past year and a bit of studies.
- And the catch, should I say the fact that I would need to enroll for the second semester in 2010.
Very Typical of Kobus, he replied: “Not a problem, we will discuss it on the treadmill tonight“. Shortly after saying goodbye is received an email:
From: kobus s
Sent: 07 July 2010 03:19 PM
To: Alet Viljoen
Hello my love!!!
I’m glad you’re still eager to continue your studies. I will always support you in everything that will improve your and our lives together. I’ve looked through Andy Rothman’s Agricultural courses again. I see there are 2 courses I would like to do in September.
*Artificial insemination for Cattle – 13 – 15 Sept
*Pregnancy diagnosis for Cattle – 16 Sept
What do you think?
Naturally you can imagine what I was thinking. I know I can be a cow, at times (and just for your information, I am the only person allowed to call me that) but honestly no need for artificial insemination, I would much rather do it manually. When I am ready. After we have gotten married – honestly!
Well you know we can practice until then!
P.S. Kobus is an animal health technician, specializing in cattle. Go figure!