Had my first proper PhD meeting in a while via Teams this afternoon, and apparently, I don't actually have much work to do in extending the proposal. All my uni wants is a timetable of what exactly I'll do over the next three years, since they want additional reassurance that I'll finish the project in time (bar any sudden catastrophes or lifestyle changes on my end). I suck at planning far ahead in time (dyscalculia is a pain in the bum), but I'm gonna draw up a table first in Word before writing the plan down in sentences. I need to visualise these kind of things before trying to write them.
We also have a third supervisor on board now, and he was my dissertation supervisor all the way back in undergrad. He was really glad to see me again, and he's excited about my project, since it kinda relates to what I did for my History dissertation. So overall, everything seems to be going well in this early stage of the project.
After three hours of (annoying at best, burning at worst) pain, I am finally a tattooed lady! I've started out with a large rose along with a smaller poppy and tulip on the top of my left arm. So far, I've cleaned it once and the initial stinging I had out of the shop has calmed down a ton, but now I'm not looking forward to the leaking ink and peeling stages of healing. ^^;
Huh, uni got back to me really quickly this time, and I actually have good news for once - it looks like they're gonna take my project on with a conditional offer! Said offer being... write up a longer proposal. Seriously lol. But once the longer proposal is accepted, they'll upgrade the offer to unconditional and accept me completely. So yeah, just one more step, with any luck!