26: Really, though, don’t be so quick to write people off. Don’t judge a book by its cover. I can’t tell you how many people I looked at the first day and thought “I won’t like her/him” or “that kid’s annoying” or “ooh, she’s so cool” and things along those lines. If you do that, you will most likely end up wrong about people. I was wrong about almost everyone. Just give people a chance to show you who they are before you decide exactly who they are- it isn’t your choice.
Today was even more laid back than yesterday. It might have been the rain, or the fact that half the school was stoned out of their mind, or the fact I got out of first period, or even the motivational speaker man we listened to. He was hilarious, by the way. I loved his talk thing. I was thinking about maybe going on Wednesday or Thursday to listen to him at church, but I don’t know.
Since I didn’t have math today I didn’t have to worry about doing the homework in Spanish class, so I was actually able to pay attention and participate. History was another story, but mostly because I have no interest in Napoleon. I’m probably going to bomb the quiz tomorrow, but whatever. It’s chill. I didn’t have a lot of homework today, and what I did was finished in class. We had a lab again in Physics, which took up almost the entire class. I didn’t really pay much attention, but Philip helped me fill out the lab report. He’s really nice. But anyways. Band wasn’t boring for once. I actually did okay on my solo thing!!!!!! It was like the highlight of my month, not totally screwing everything up. And I spent the rest of the hour talking to Zander and then later joking around with him and Thomas.3 years ago • 0 notes