Friday the 14th

I was going to title this post something entirely different, but then, after Friday actually came in all its uneventfulness, I decided not to. It was, I can definitely say, one of the lousiest days of school ever. By lousy, I guess I just mean boring. Nothing happened. At all. We had only one teaching period, and while that is normally a good thing, since I didn’t end up doing anything fun anyway, it wasn’t really.

Then I was called for this Japanese trip thing, but I can’t go because my passport’s expired and I suppose it won’t be ready in time (the teacher wasn’t even prepared to accept anyone without a valid passport). I got pretty bugged because of this because I’ve really wanted to go to Japan for a long time.

I also started reading iWoz. Somehow, all the non-fiction books I read (and I really don’t read much non-fiction) always end up being tech-related … well, almost always. But this one is quite interesting and it’s definitely a welcome break from the Wheel of Time series. Not that I don’t like WoT, but after 10 books and somewhere around 7,000 pages, there comes a point where you start looking for a change. For most people, the point comes a lot sooner though. Actually, most people get scared when they see the number of books in the series and the size of each. I mean, what I’ve read so far (and I haven’t finished the series, by the way) is 7 times The Lord of the Rings! And people say that book is fat!


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