Day 619 & 620 – Friend group & nice small things

Monday, November 6, 2017

That day was alright.

I started off with French. We read our book and read an editorial.

In math we had a substitute and were given work. I went through it and helped other people as well. So far it seems that I’m understanding more than what most believe is the strongest student. There’s still one small thing I don’t really know how to do, but other than that, I don’t have any problems. We didn’t correct yet though, so I may be completely wrong. I’ll have to wait and see.

At lunch I sat with my close friends and one of Kohai’s friend joined us, since Kohai and her other friend were doing something else. She said she’d have to sit with us more often and my close friends gave each other a look. One said “glad I’m not the only one”, chuckled, and Kohai’s friend kinda looked at us curiously for a bit before going to her phone. One of my close friends mentioned the other day that she didn’t really like her. The other one I’m guessing she doesn’t want her there because she enjoys our usual close friend group and doesn’t like it when it gets too big. They also seem like the type that wouldn’t dislike each other, but wouldn’t get along. I talk to her quite a bit, and she’s nice, although I prefer the friend group we have as well. We almost never talk to her when she’s there anyway, and she only really talks to me, cause she only really knows me, so she may leave on her own accord. I feel mean, but in this scenario, there’s nothing that you can really do to not appear as mean. But I’m not ignoring her either, and she decides to go on her phone on her own anyway.

I had English next and we read Othello. I got to read out some long lines as Desdemona.

In technology I worked on my essay (although it’s not an essay, I should mention, it’s called a dissertation in French, but it’s almost basically the same thing).

At home I corrected my essay, ate, turned in my essay online, then watched Supernatural.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Today was alright.

I started off with math. I talked to Kohai quite a bit about dreams. We exchanged our very weird dreams and I also realised I’m now obsessing over Star Wars against after finding out about the two Ewok movies.

In French we talked a bit more, but we also read some editorials and read our book.

At lunch I sat with my close friend and Kohai. I got an email back from my portfolio mentor. She went really into detail, which at first was a bit discouraging, since it felt like I did a lot wrong, but it was actually very constructive and motivating. She offered a very good visual to go with it, which is super helpful. I’m so glad I have her.

In technology I told my teacher about the two Star Wars movies. I thought he’d know about it, but he didn’t. And so after I told him they were terrible and they want people to forget about it, he said it’d be best if we stayed away from them, haha.

I ended with English. I’ve been reading as Desdemona still, which is nice. Cause of that, the teacher would actually look into my direction now when asking for roles. I’ve had long lines too because of her, also short ones, but many of them.

At home I relaxed and watched YouTube before eating supper. Afterwards I did a tiny bit of math and then worked a tiny bit on my portfolio. I then opened Club Penguin Rewritten to get a fustrating stamp in Aqua Grabber, and I finally got it! On the first try too. Actually, reminds me a bit of Undertale. Took me so many tries to defeat Sans—throughout the span of 3-ish days. Then suddenly, first try one day, boom, defeated him. Same situation with the stamp.

I watched a couple of episodes of Supernatural and then managed to kill a giant fly. I hit it on the door and then it was going for my legs, and because it was a big one I was afraid it was a biting one, but it passed my legs and fainted or gave up. I killed it, got a bit of blood on the floor, but no biggie. The most annoying thing is having a fly around your head while you’re trying to sleep at night, so I’m glad it’s gone.

That’s all for today.

Leave a Comment: