I come to you from my third hour class, right after exams!
German: I think I did pretty dern well on this exam. Just a few sections I wasn't sure of, but I must have got at least an 80%.
Art: Friggin easy. Drawing exercises and a survey.
Web Page Design: I think I got a 98% at LEAST. I only say that because I usually at least mess up on one question.
Monday I have Physical Science and Economics exams.
It makes me unhappy because even though they were boring classes, they were my most interesting. :( In Econ I sat behind Angel, and y'all know that I sat next to Damien in Phy-Sci.
Which makes me think back to a few days ago, when Zach (not my Zach, just a guy that sits behind me in Phy-Sci. (Damien wasn't there that day, which brought up an interesting conversation between Zach and I. <sub>Zach spoke first.</sub> "Where's Damien?" "I don't know." "What? Why don't you know? You're his keeper!" "Hey! You never informed me of this!" "Oh, I'm sorry, I put it in the mail." "I never recieved it." "Yeah, well, blame your local mail carrier.")
Anyway, Zach had no idea what my name was, even though I've been sitting in front of him for over a month. (In his offence, though, the only reason I remembered his name is because of my friend Zach, the one I usually talk about here. :D) The day before he was trying to get Damien to tell him my name, but he only whispered my German name to him. "What? Kutta? Ketta?" (It's Jutta!) So on this particular day, it was his goal to find out my name..... Okay, it was only his goal because I refused to let him copy my worksheet because he didn't know my name.
He asked Mr. Rose (a teacher who I have never before had) what my name was, but of course he didn't know. (Mr. Rose asked Zach his name, then asked me my name, but I refused to say. He must have thought me so strange! XD)
Aaaand then he found out when Victoria said, "Courtney!" ...She wasn't aware that I didn't want him to know my name.
So now he calls me Megan. =_= The day after this went on, the first thing he said to me was, "Hey, Megan! Did you finish the homework?" I did believe him, because I honestly figured that when I came into that classroom, he would have already forgotten my name. He hadn't, but now he calls me Megan. ...I'm not sure how I feel about this.
g h o s t i e
He who can no longer pause to wonder and stand rapt in awe, is as good as dead; his eyes are closed.
Don't use words too big for the subject. Don't say "infinitely" when you mean "very"; otherwise you'll have no word left when you want to talk about something really infinite.
C. S. Lewis