Things have a way of cheering you up when you least expect it, you know? For example, this morning I was absolutely dreading a math test. It turned out to be extremely simple, and thanks to my foresight, when my calculator’s batteries died, I had extra! That wasn’t at all planned; I was smiling ear to ear after it.
I almost feel asleep in English, I’m sorry to say. It wasn’t that it wasn’t that boring (well, it was), but I guess I just need more sleep. Contrary to popular belief, I’ve never fallen asleep in Math though, and I don’t know where you may have heard that.
Philosophy club was astounding. I don’t believe I’ve ever been so happy to do anything after school! The discussion forum is well on its way to you to use as well. I’m pretty excited for this as online web-developement with a community focus is my speciality. Although I must admit that I’m slightly perturbed at those who talk constantly, and rudely, during the meetings. Also, those who originally came with such great ideas and hopes for the club suddenly disappearing is saddening.
The new marimba (and vibe?) came today. I hugged the boxes out of happiness. I know I won’t get to play them, and no, we aren’t getting a keyboard either, but they’re pretty happy. After this, I had some great conversation walking to my car with Kalie, Molly, and Bill. It was nice of them to walk with us and I was going to take them home, but then we realized by the time we got to my car, they’d be home. So instead, I just took Kalie home while we listened to New Slang.
My sister and I went to go fill my car with gas, well, because I needed some and she was so kind as to offer to accompany me. To my surprise, my usual station is empty! Oh dear, this gas thing has my mom literally in a rocker… I’m glad I still have an excuse to take the car to school. Aristotle’s Hat is still going on tomorrow, so you should all come. Yes, I realize Youth and Government is in the way (I myself was interested), but this is better, I promise.
I am probably going to regret this later, but I love when people finally get a little taste of loneliness and their own punishments they deal to me. I know this awful, but some part of me feels better when things go badly for others, and it has today. Call it Karma if you wish. Whatever it is, it makes me happy. I can only say I wish they’d talk to me about it.
It looks pretty cool outside, sort of like rain.