Hiya people who read this :) Hopefully if you do, you actually watch me :)
Anyway, lots has changed since my last journal. I finished the 40 hour famine, and pretty much no one sponsored me online (Not that I expected anyone to anyway) but I thought it was very fun to do. I didn't do too well in my maths trial exam, so that was disappointing, and my real exam in 5 weeks from now, so I'm going to have to study for that; else I'll fail. And lastly, Australia had a hung parliament and for the first time (I think) in Australian political history, there is a minority government.
So I haven't actually been doing much drawing (or anything, really)
[Edit]: I realise that the weekend I'll do the 40 hour famine is the weekend before my trail exams... So instead of giving up my hand, which I need to practice and revise with, I'm giving up me right leg, which I only need to get around. And I don't. Because I'll be studying. For once.
Hopefully the title got some of you people out there's attention.
Anyway, basically this year I am doing the World Vision 40 hour famine! Basically, for people who don't know (Or people who don't live in Australia), the 40 hour famine is where you an anual event where you give up something precious to yourself that (Traditionally food) for 40 hours. I hear th
For all of you who care, today, the 24th of June, 2010, the first ever female Prime Minister of Australia has just sworn in to be the 27th Prime minister.
Julia Gillard is now the Prime minister of Australia after the Labor party had lost confidence in now the former Prime Minister Kevin Rudd.
I just felt like sharing this... it may seem like a huge occation... but it happened really fast. Only about a yesterday was Julia Gillard challenging Kevin Rudd's leadership, and now she's the Prime Minister.
So yeah, the party in which Rudd had lead into victory had kinda abandoned him, so even people who didn't really support him (Err like me) can