September 26-27, 2004
I didn't do too much today, except a bit of homework. It was all easy enough, especially since there was so little. I got "Brand New World" by V6 in full, which is the last Inuyasha extro before "My Will".
I did my usual mingling online, instantly regaining my role-playing skills, which is good. Although, I'm not sure if I'll go to that chat again.
My dad finally got home! He passed out a few souvenirs, then went directly to charging the minivan's battery.
During Japanese class, I was one of the best up at the board when we played a game where we wrote down words in Hiragana. I guess I pick this up pretty fast.
I didn't pass the run in P.E. I actually got a worse time than before. My heart and lungs hurt, along with my inability to breathe. I've set up a doctor's appointment to talk over this breathing problem and my depression.
In lunch, things went as normal. Due to the fact strange people were in our usual spot outside, he hung out in the main hall, blocking traffic as our group clogged it. This one girl that wasn't really a friend of mine told her friend that she didn't like the guy I will mention in a minute. I kind of hinted to this girl that I liked her, and this one guy picked it up easily. I walked out of there fast, to get to math.
I told my junior friend that the guy that was trying to go out with her already had a girlfriend. I overheard this in English, and it was a great relief for her. She was sick, anyway. We didn't talk to much because of this, but I do understand.
When I got home, I mainly did online stuff. I got a few more songs, and found out that iTunes can convert MIDI files to real audio, which is something I've wanted for ages. I can now convert video game music! I also did some homework while I chatted.
Fortunately, my mom's Odyssey’s old battery had a little more juice in it after my dad charged it. I forgot my P.E. uniform, so my mom could bring it. Later on in the day, my dad showed me how to replace the battery in the minivan, and it ran. Now, we have 2 cars again.