sundog

November 1, 2006

I’m doin alright… thanks so much for asking!

Filed under: My Life, School — happychick @ 6.38p11

I had a horrible sensation today. You see, we have a teacher at school, a little Asian man, who continuously gives us lectures on the future. Personally, I find them quite intriguing, but a lot of the kids (who have heard the lectures many times before) see it all as a bit of a joke. So, he was in our class today, delivering another of his “speeches”, and he held up the clock. Now, I must admit I wasn’t listening to what he was saying, but as that little red hand ticked around and around, I thought to myself “There goes a second of my life. And another. And another. I am dying.” It was a little frightening, may I tell you.
My Math teacher (an awesome young guy with one hand that works and another that’s a little… mutated.) says to me today
“You’ve missed out on a lot of what we’ve already been through, but the fact that you work so hard and are willing to learn really surprises me. You’re results, I can be certain, will be better than that of half the class.”
It’s stuff like this that kinda makes it all worthwhile. I’ve never been really excellent at school- up there with the smart kids, but not high enough to merit any special credit. I suppose this whole notion of “DOING you homework” is kinda paying off .
Had an awesome Halloween, spending the night in with Anushka and “The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants”… I actually think we had more fun then than we would’ve had out in the cold, Trick-ot-Treating…

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4 Comments »

  1. i had a good haloween at work salvaging smashed, rottig eggs from the waste!

    Comment by wallywally — November 1, 2006 @ 6.38p11

  2. That life disappearing second by second is kinda true but it’s a trap. Every second you spend worrying about it is a second you’re not living your life – so remember to keep enjoying yourself!

    Comment by Mr Angry — November 2, 2006 @ 6.38p11

  3. I agree with Mr. Angry. Just live every day to the fullest. Don’t put off being happy.

    Comment by Sandra — November 2, 2006 @ 6.38p11

  4. Sarcastic comment: “I’m really happy for you.”

    Comment by Anonymous — February 14, 2011 @ 6.38p02


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