The Economics test was just horrible! And to think I studied for that the most. In fact, I didn't even sleep for it, but I guess it was all for nothing. I didn't know what to graph for the last parts. That was three whole numbers with probably ten points each. And I don't think I got a single one. I'm so annoyed at myself. If only I were more like Meggie -- econ goddess (thanks sweetie, I totally appreciate your help!) -- I'd be able to get through the test without a hitch. The test was so horrible, I started crying in the middle of it. I just didn't know what to do and I really want to pass it.
I have to. I don't want to get an S. I'd settle for a G any day. Although, it's better to aim for an E, I know that I'm not even going to be near that. I just don't want an S. Not on my last year in school. This really stinks.
I was supposed to go home early too. But no. I had to stay for some Math thing Jo, Kaye and I are supposed to go to tomorrow. Apparently, there was some meeting about it this afternoon and I only found out about it this morning. So the bus leaves me and I'm left to fend for myself. Whom to ride with? The beautiful Gela -- who's actually contemplating getting her very own account -- took me home. She is such a sweetie. Sure, our little excursion didn't fall through, but it didn't matter. I was just glad the exams were over.
Okay, so it did matter. But I should learn to let things go and I will. Right now, my eyes are drooping. It's time to turn this thing off. Just a spell check and I'm ready to shut down.