September 18th, 2007

writing: voices in head

What is right vs. what is easy--remember Cedric Diggory

I took my algebra test tonight. It wasn't as bad as I was expecting. In fact, compared to what I was expecting, it was frighteningly easy, as if I'm going to get it back on Friday and see that I forgot something stupid. Ah well.

Physics lab was fun today. We got to drop balls and measure g--erm, acceleration due to gravity, that is. We actually finished at four (whoo, free hour before work!), but then again, we didn't have an hour of pretests and lectures before actually starting the lab.

For some reason I feel like I have a lot to write down, but so little to actually say. We'll leave it at that until I can actually articulate my thoughts. Somehow I think it's better this way, for me to actually write something down every day. It keeps me in the habit, anyway. Now why can't I do this with Dr. Nbook, too? Or rather, why isn't it as easy? Granted, this isn't easy; after all, creating something of (some) substance requires work, and I do realize I'm using 'substance' very loosely here. This is why it's so hard. Whoever said it was easy?
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