Math Class Starts Tomorrow
Jun 13, 2010
So, my math class starts tomorrow. I'll be going Monday through Thursday at 10:30am at the Nelson Campus in Edwardsville. Compared to the other two classes that I'm taking which are only one day a week, I think it's going to be better for me to go four days a week. Repetitiveness is the best way for me to learn. Which reminds me... I need to read those psychology chapters in hopes that I do better on my next tests...
Anyways, today started like every other day, I woke up early afternoon and played Wizard 101 as I laid in bed. My friend Sam would NOT stop texting me asking about going to see a movie. He really wanted to see The A-Team. He called and called and sent me a picture of the show times that he looked up... There was a 4 o'clock showing that I told him I would try and go to, but I was really tired, so I lied and told him that I couldn't go. And that we would plan to see it another day. But then after getting in the pool and messing around with the hose that was filling it and spraying my mom, I decided I would go after all. So I called and told him I could make the 7 o'clock showing.
I left my house a little after 5:30 and picked Sam up a little before 6. We decided that we wanted to go to Taco Bell before the show (again) so we wouldn't buy anything at the movies. We got to Taco bell maybe 45 minutes before the show started and nommed us some tacos. I asked the lady behind the register if they still had the five dollar boxes. They had it, but it wasn't actually in a box. And because I couldn't see what I was getting, I just got what sounded the best. Usually I get the cheesy gordita crunches, so whenever she said "the box with the gorditas" I thought it was the same thing. Wrong. They didn't have the crunchy shell inside of them. D: Oh well. It was still dulishush and very satisfying.
As for the movie, it was fantastic. But I say that about every movie. I'm not like those movie buffs that know everything there is to know about every super star or producers/directors and I definitely don't judge the computer graphics. It doesn't take much to please me. But yeah! I had no idea who the A-Team was, but it was a really great action movie. And a long one at that. Like, two hours and ten minutes long. It was dark by the time we left the theater.
So, I dropped Sam off and headed home and played more Wizard 101. I'm still hacking away at Dragonspyre and not getting very far. It takes twice as long to do a quest as it does anywhere else. Everyone I've talked to in Dragonspyre so far says that they don't like it and that it's really hard - but that's to be expected of the last world in the game. Especially the one that Malistare is on.
It's 1:17 am and I have to be up at 9am tomorrow. For the past few weeks I've been going to bed at 3-4am and sleeping until 2pm. Getting back into a normal sleep pattern is going to suck. Wish me luck.