Last night was pretty brutal. Perhaps the only good thing about the night was the fact that I got out earlier than I was scheduled for. I was supposed to work from 6-12:15, but the last movie got out at 12:00, so I got to go a bit earlier. Yay. Of course, it was still after midnight when I got home, so getting out “earlier” is speaking relatively, and doesn’t really mean much. Anyways, the night itself wasn’t bad, it just wasn’t in any way good. There were very few people there, although more than I expected for a Monday night. I guess with two new movies and two semi-new movies out, more people are coming to the theatre. Whatever. All I have to do is rip their tickets and then clean up after them once they leave, so it doesn’t really matter to me too much.
Today was not much better than average, either. I mean, it certainly was better than last night, but when compared to other school days, the only thing that really made it better was visiting BCC at lunch. Jon brought his van today, so he, Kristin, Angelie, Jordan, and I got in at lunchtime and had a road trip all the way over to BCC. We hung out there for a while. It wasn’t too exciting, but it was still better than sitting in the cafeteria doing nothing. Besides, North Park doesn’t have a foozball table. Other than that, though, it was pretty average. And since talking about average days gets rather monotonous after about thirty seconds, I think I’ll finish off this paragraph rather quickly.
I think that’s pretty much all I have to say for today. Tonight, I have to go to the bus terminal and get a monthly pass thing. Since I’m taking the bus all the time now, it’s cheaper for me to just get the monthly pass rather than having a swipe card. I have to go to the terminal to get it, though, because it uses photo ID. Whatever. I also have to go into work for a few minutes, just to get my hours for the upcoming week and also to get my pay stub (I think I get paid today, anyway – I never remember). Besides those exciting events, I only have some Chemistry homework to finish up. Boy, the adventures never end. Today we started talking about ionic and covalent bonds in class, and we dealt with electronegativity. Strangely enough, I already learned about that stuff in Biology – I’m not sure why, but that’s the way it worked out. So I’m basically sitting there in a Grade 11 Chemistry class, and I already know what the teacher’s going to say. Honestly, I can’t stand that class, not because it’s a bad class, but just because it’s so beneath me right now. I know we’ll likely get into some more complex stuff, but I wish we would hurry up and get to it, because right now I could just fall asleep and wake up still knowing more about Chemistry than anyone else in that class. I guess that’s what I get for taking a second year of Grade 12 – or Grade 11, depending on how you look at it. Oh well. It’s only one year.