And THE END.
The short version is that I didn't bother to write for about a week, so I found it really hard to come back and write. All that advice you hear about writing every day is true, you know. Write every day.
The TGIO party is tomorrow afternoon at the Atlanta Bread Company in Decatur. Ooh, ABC. So Atlanta Wrimos, you know you want to come. It doesn't matter how much you wrote--just come and bring an excerpt! I'm still choosing the least crappy part.
My geometry presentation is Monday. I've still hardly started it yet. This is bad, especially considering I have a homework due Tuesday in there.
*checks Blackboard for weekly e grades* Ouch, 10, 8, and 8. That's definitely the worst weekly e week I've had. Assuming I didn't screw up the average (and I think I did), I have a weekly e average of 9.31/10. Not bad considering how little I bothered on this week's. He could probably tell, too, considering I missed class on Wednesday. :P
This is the best lolcat ever. Do want hypotenuse.
Oh, and just think what would happen if we cut the past tense from our schools. That would be hilarious.
Just think, this is just the beginning of exam spamorama. I promise there'll be much more of this to come in the next few weeks. Which reminds me. I need to start on those post-it notes.
*points at current music* I just found out about Chris Garneau today. I think I'm in love.