Wednesday, November 10, 2004

November 10, 2004

"My day was- actually good for the most part. I was happier than usual, until I had to deal with someone from my past.

Jazz band got out early, since the room needed to be used. I hugged Vicky a lot, due to the fact I had missed her so much. I was so happy to see her, too.

Physics was funny. One of my friends rode the "physics chair" to demonstrate negative and positive acceleration. When he was pushed back into the chair, the acceleration was positive. When he fell out of the chair, the acceleration was negative. He was in such a good mood for the rest of the day because of that.

In Japanese, we watched a funny movie about a team of synchronized swimmers that were just starting out. It was so random, too. Oddly enough, it reminded me of Napoleon Dynamite, due to this randomness. They eventually got pretty good at it. One of their practice sessions was recorded on TV, and their team grew several times in size.


The assembly was pretty good. Sadly, I didn't get a chance to sit by Vicky. Although, I talked to this one girl that I've been trying to get into contact with for a while. I hope to speak with her again.

As the people finally filled the bleachers, two of my friends came up and sat in front of me. It was a welcome sight, too. My friend ended up leaning against my right leg because her back hurt.

The first part of the assembly was the Eagle Scouts presenting the colors. There were a few poems, a journal reading from a soldier over in Iraq with a slide show, and a candles thing for the veterans. One thing that I've learned: war is bad!

I didn't do much in P.E. I found a weight program that I could do, then just goofed off.

English was a free-reading period, so I just listened to my music and read my book. I've found so much interesting stuff about how the human brain evolved in my book, which got me thinking deeply.

I finally got a lunch period to spend with Vicky. We started off by sitting. I thought about the human evolution, while Vicky and her friend ate away. They eventually left, but I wasn't finished with my lunch yet. I left once I did finished, and wandered to the front. Oddly enough, no one was there. As I started back, I encountered Vicky and we wandered off. When I passed by a girl from my old school, I could've sworn that her friend smiled at me.

Math started late, due to the odd schedule. It was just a normal class with a bit less work than average.

We got quite a bit of work done on 'Jingle Bells' in band. There are some funny parts that just crack me up.

My friends were actually on the bus! We had a pretty average discussion. Strangely, my friend was reading my eyes. She doesn't due this as much as she did this time. While I was thinking of band music, yet feeling a little alone, she said that my eyes went from happy to sad repeatedly. When I thought of some Jazz stuff, they went to pure happy. I guess that band makes me happy.

My afternoon wasn't anything other than usual. I ate dinner at a usual time. Also, I found a site with 10 free downloads of music. I got "Snoopy Versus the Red Baron" and "Build Me up Buttercup", both oldies songs. I also talked to a girl from my old online life, which brought me down. I apparently set up a meeting at a mall with a girl that's a friend of mine next Saturday.

じゃあ また,


じゃあ また,



Anonymous Anonymous said...

who was this person from the past?

November 11, 2004 at 8:56 PM  
Blogger ケンジイ ムヤモト said...

Who is this person talking to me from the present?

November 14, 2004 at 1:59 PM  

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