Well, I just got back from this 24 relay thing that the city I live in does annually. It takes place in a really big park, and you have teams of 10 people, and the objective is to get as many laps as you can get in within the 24 hours. There is food and activities, and each team gets a location on the grass to set up 2 tents.
Anyways, it started out pretty nice - it was really warm, but cloudy, so it wasn't blazing hot. It got kinda boring though, and there wasn't much to do. We played some frisbee, and the frisbee kept on landing in this artificial river that circles the park, and i waded in there twice to retrieve it. As it got darker it g
Well, this is gonna be the last full week of school, and then its finals for three days, and then it'll be all over. When I am in school, I don't like it, but once summer starts, I start to miss all the orderliness and scheduling. It feels like you are a train that has run out of track. That is how I feel, at least. You don't appreciate some things until they are gone. As the last days draw near, I realize how many people will not be there anymore next year. I've just grown so used to them being around. In the same class, in the hallways, just familiar faces. I don't even really know them, I don't talk to them. I don't think I'll be able to
blahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblahblabh. this usually happens on weekends. I wake up late, try to do things, take frequent naps, eat a lot of junkfood, get headaches, constipation, and procrastinate a lot. Which is what I am doing right now. And by the way I got a Facebook. More ways to waste time yay and make me more anxious. I need to get a haircut, and i think i shall make it somewhat short. Am going to Taiwan for 6 weeks over teh summer. Will need lots of sunscreen and good sandals. Will probably die of heatstroke or starvation due to lack of ability to read written language. Oh yes, I did a very nice self-portrait that is framed an