Those ended at 5. Yeah, go home early. Start homework early. Go to bed early. HAHAHAHAHA!
Went to dinner with my father (cus mommy was golfing today)...
*SQUEE* "Hold on. Ah, ya know what? Could be back it up just a little bit" [sorry, but that was necessary...]
...so we went to Uno. Though we left at 6, the 45 minutes I was home were simply not there (or I blatantly wasted them checking e-mail and watching TV...hey, at least it was the news, and not Friends or something). Anyway, so I got home from dinner at 7:30. So much for early homework. Yeah, so I'll start then.
HAHAHAHA! First I had to check journal. Lots of entries since last night (thankfully most were short and amusing). Yeah, so now it's a little after 8 and I'm updating my journal. I guess I should start homework soon. I have a bunch....
*SQUEE* God Must Have Spent....Remix. [okay, last time, I swear...]
...plus Physics and US History tests tomorrow. I had Calculus today. Blah. I guess it wasn't *too* bad, but I'll let you know when I get that back with a _grade_ on it. *sigh*
I really don't want to study...or do homework. I want to chat with people online and schtuff.
Oh shit! President's speech started 10 minutes ago. *scrambles to find remote, and crys while pausing mp3 of puppies*
I really enjoy President Bush. I know, I know. I was one of the many claiming that I would move to Canada if he ever took office. Obviously, I'm still here. And I think that Bush is doing an excellent job as our Commander-in-Chief, as well as Head of State and Principle Citizen (I think I got that one wrong, but you get the picture).
Wanna know something cool? I've been in that room before. I was in the balcony for our 8th grade Washington trip. You aren't allowed to take pictures there, otherwise your film is confiscated. It looks bigger on TV, in person, it isn't all that impressive looking.
"History's unmarked grave of discarded lies" Ooooo...who is his speech writer. I'm impressed...
Yuck, war. "...lengthy campaign, unlike any we've ever seen." I wish there was a way we could just get all the terrorists without all the war and killing stuff.
"Any nation that continues to harbor or support terrorists will be considered [an enemy?]"
Tom Ridge - new cabinet member. In charge of homeland security? Anyone else getting a little worried?
I've never lived through a real war. Though I guess not many people have. Persian Gulf, but I was only 5 around that time. This is really scary. I hope we can gain a lot of support from other countries, hopefully with troops as well as other aide.
"An attack on one, is an attack on us all." - NATO
*sigh* I really have to get to homework. Not on a very high note either. Oh well.