And it's been over half a year since I last posted a journal.
Last semester was the hardest I've ever pushed myself, but I won. One B, one C, and three As--one of the As was in the hardest math class I've ever had, one I was sure I'd get a C in. Right now I'm doing as much nothing as possible before the break ends and the new semester starts.
I stumbled across one of those trendy pseudo-Japanese logic puzzles. This one's called Hidato. hidato.com/
Bought a book of them at Barnes and Noble on a mad impulse, and not regretting it. I've done the first 56, excluding some I gave to my mom. They're quite fun actually, I recommend them to anyone who enjoys logic puzzles.
And now, another journal survey-type thingiedopper. Stole this from
, even though I didn't ask anything on hers. See if this one doesn't flop quite as magnificently as the last one did.
You can ask me THREE questions
No matter how crazy, inappropriate, or random they are.
I will answer 100% truthfully. (or as close to the truth as I can without putting myself at risk of discovery and/or location.)
If it is a really, really personal question, I may not answer. Well, I think it'd be obvious, any overly-personal stuff. If it's asked by someone who knows me personally, then I'll answer- but not on devart. Only if you're persistent.
Now here's the dare:
You must put this in your journal
See what other people will ask you.
Those of you who know me well probably know I'm willing to answer very nearly any question you can possibly think of. (I can really only think of one, maybe two things I won't discuss with anyone.) Though, as stated in the C&Ped rules, I may prefer to do so via a note or MSN.
Now, let the inquisition begin!