Okay, so nothing truely exciting happened, but it was still a Wednesday.
In the morning there was a fire drills, so we skipped about ten minutes of class, in my case it was business. Then in bio, we did a lesson and then homework.
I finally got some hours for mentoring, which I’m seriously happy about. I need like six more though or else I’ll be on probation for HMST. I’ll have to go again tomorrow and next week… I’ll have to go a lot more…
In tech, we’re done with our bandsaw boxes.
Cool eh? Now if you saw the other side, you’d see all the mistakes I made. Thank god it was on only one side and not both!
Last period I had to work with these idiots I know. One doesn’t talk. Like EVER. The other was rambling on how if you had imagination you couldn’t be logical. I wish I had a bow and arrow at that moment to shoot him. Then my last other group member sat there trying to prove that one of the characters, Simon, was pure and innocent and couldn’t do anything wrong, while I actually did all the work. Sigh. I hate my group…
My sister and dad went to the AGO on one of her trips. They said that the King Tut exhibit was totally bogus, because they didn’t ever have Tut there, just artifacts, nothing really interesting. I’m just glad it wasn’t me who payed $15 to see it… I, however, did pay $20 to go to the Body Worlds thing at the Science Center. All these tourist attractions trying to rip you off…
Currently: working on my piled up assignments
Reading: Pretties by Scott Westerfeld
Listening to: Meet you again by Katty Perry and Timberland
Why is there so much Science?!?!
Sigh. 5 more hours left.
Fact of the Day: When oil spills are cleaned, the workers use chemical reactions to break down the oil into smaller and less toxic atoms, rendering it easier to clean.
Currently: Outlining my Coat of Arms for Careers
Reading: My science textbook
Listening to: Perfect by Marianas Trench
Today, my family and I went on our traditional trip to Chudleigh’s apple farm, to, naturally, pick apples. Every year, we spend half a day at the farm to pick apples, take pictures and buy some pie. It’s a great way to make new memories and hang out with the family, though sometimes it’s not the most desirable things in my life, it’s usually fun. We started out at 8:00 am towards the farm, getting there around 9:00 – 9:30 am. We took a ride on the tractor into the orchard, spent about three hours picking up a ton of Red Delicious apples, and headed out of the orchard by tractor. My brother and sister joyfully played around on haystacks, and the playground, while I joyfully sat on a bench and chewed gum. You could see my enthusiasm was at it’s highest level. Then we drove home. The End.
I think this year was our last visit there cause the prices are skyrocketing, which didn’t thrill my parents so much… eh. I’ll miss that place though, it’s one of the few places that has been in the photoalbum every single year of my life. Even when I was one we went.
Tonight, the whole family’s getting together again for thanksgiving dinner a day early, at Kelsey’s, which’ll probably epically fun. Hopefully, there won’t be any visits of rats at this place, or else my mom will never step foot into a restraunt again.
Currently: Celebrating the fact that my internet is working again
Reading: Hunted still… almost done!
Listening to: Pittance of Time by Terry Kelly <– this song has many amazing meanings behind it. You should check it out on youtube or something, great lyrics, great music, great artist, great lessons and meaning~! It’s about November 11th and the 2 minutes of silence. Listen~ Listen~~!