Good Moods and Fat Robins

Disclaimer: This post is from the archives, and may not represent the current views of the author. It also may not be at all interesting to read. Continue at your own peril!

Today was a pretty cool day. I mean, nothing really interesting happened, but there’s some days where you’re in a good enough mood that it doesn’t matter. I think most of this good mood was due to the fact that I’m finally caught up in homework and notes and such from missing school on the snow day we had and the funeral. I mean, obviously nothing happened on the snow day, but I was planning to get some of my stuff to do my homework, which ended up not happening since I obviously didn’t go to school. Anyways, I finally finished it all last night and I’m caught up, although a little bit tired.

I also achieved a good milestone for myself. I’ve been trying to get back on track with reading my Bible, something which I’ve completely failed at since the beginning of summer. I got back on track again around October, but after a week or two that failed as well. Ever since then, it’s been a day here or there; it’s just so hard with a part-time job that once in a while takes away my entire evening. But on Monday, yesterday, and today I read it – that’s three days in a row! I’m quite pleased. And the prospects look quite good for tomorrow and such. I only work on Friday and Sunday, so I won’t have homework or anything on Friday, and Thursday’s good as well. I’m not as worried about the weekend. But anyways, even last night when I got home from work and then had to finish my homework, I read it, taking precious time for sleep to read 1 Peter 3. I’m determined to make this work, because I know it’s good for me and important for me to do. I just have failed so many times that it’s hard to get back into it with a winning attitude.

So today I was in a good mood. The day went by rather slowly, but I didn’t mind. We played handball in Gym and I won all four of my games – not that I expected to lose to the girls. I won against Holly 11-0, against Bethany 11-3, against Jael 11-2, and against Stephanie 11-5. I’m not sure why it worked out that I only played the girls, but it was a round robin sort of thing that we didn’t exactly finish. Next Gym class Mr. G said that the four top players would be in a separate pool from the four lower players. So basically it will be Jonathan, Jordan, myself, and one girl – I’d suspect either Jael or Stephanie, although I’m not sure how Lana did. She could sneak into 4th place – who knows?

So that was pretty much my day. I mean, other things happened, they just weren’t all that interesting. I could go into extensive details about marginal revenue functions and cost functions that we learned in Calculus, but I’d probably put everyone to sleep, including myself. So that’s my day. I’m ending this here before I start rambling. Maybe I’ll do another rambling post later.

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