October 12-13, 2004
Currently, I am very tired from marching band.
Before school, I almost was afraid of going to class, since I hang out with my friends every morning. I told one of them that my sophomore friend told be about the one I told's problems. She got very mad, which wasn't good.
In physics, we did a very basic lab that had to do with motion detectors and MacMotion. My friend and I had a pretty good time playing with the foam and software.
In Japanese, I got moved away from the senior I used to sit next to. We had so much fun with 'おむつ' and 'ミートボール'. I'll miss those good times. After class, we talked a bit, and he's a little upset by the seating change, as well. You always make good friends with the person sitting beside you.
In P.E., we took a survey, then the actual test. It was pretty easy, and I got to listen to my music while doing it.
In English, we started work on our essay about Of Mice and Men. Obviously, I did my brainstorming on my Axim, but I also listened to music on it. It's a nice little thing I have, indeed.
During lunch, while Vicky and I wandered about the school, we ran into a friend of mine, that told them about Vicky. One of them said I was a 'player', and then we got into a light argument of how crazy Skyview was. I also talked to some half-friends I knew from the school.
Math was pretty average. Although, one of our members at the table slowed the rest of us down. It was okay, since I got some of my Friday homework worked on.
My site finally went online:
Marching band started off as usual. We started by working on our four new songs. I'm doing much better on sightreading Bass Clef than I ever was on Treble.
We went up to the field, and did quite a bit of work. We marched through everything several times. At least my squad is pretty cool.
When break finally came, we got our usual cookies and things. I talked over with my friend in my section about various things. One thing I especially found out was that another 'friend' of mine is bringing out his anger and violence problems. I also let him listen to a bit of my Japanese music, and he wants a CD of the rock-style ones.
We had to get tested on our run-through of the routine, thrice! Every line did it on its own, so there was a big waiting period. Our squad went through a few parts, and had a few laughs. Overall, it was pretty good. My 'friend' ended up sitting out for much of the time.
Sorry if this seems incomplete, but I can't remember too much from this day.
I spent lunch with Vicky after I finished eating with my usual crowd. We wandered around the school and talked about various things.
I went to bead early, at 10 PM. I also slept in an extra half-hour in the morning, so I actually got 8 hours of sleep. I felt pretty good the next day.
I did a run, but I gave up on running for school. I'm just not in the physical condition to do that. I came home in a terrible mood, and wasn't very nice to anyone.
Never take anything for granted. If you had fun with it, you'll miss it quite a bit when you don't have it. Never forget this.