“We don’t wish for the easy stuff; we wish for big things: things that are ambitious, out of reach. We wish because we need help, and we’re scared, and we know we may be asking too much. We still wish, though, because sometimes those wishes come true.”—Meredith from Grey’s Anatomy
since I’m not at swimming today, I’m going to reflect for the next 2 min.
Okay, preparing for finals was effing hell, but this week has been pretty easy (aside from english of course). I am so fucking elated today, we got a 96 on our presentation!!! ohhh yeaaaa go midsummer night’s dream! (btw im watching the video and we mispronouce the name EVERYTIME LOL). Anyway, yea we slipped up SOOOO much, but it was cool in the end, cause we got an A! AND we forogt multimedia components! lol, I was so scared ugh, but now im better. Math was so easy hahaha, math anal rocks. Wang is so cool, and her test was freakin easy, it was like conceptual things, no tricky stuff. I finished with and hour to spare, then played on my little brothers DS (that I brought for the skit LOL). After school I got fat with julia at souplantation. I swear, everytime I go there, I eat so much. Today’s menu:
-One plate full of Won Ton Chicken Happniess
-One plate of Caesar salad, this greek rice shit, and rainbow rotelle
-two bowls chicken noodle soup
-one plate mac and cheese
-one plate four cheese alfredo
-one plate spicy jalapeno pasta
-one bowl rasberry mousse
-ice cream sundae =]
now that I think of it, I didnt get a baked potato or muffins/brownies =[. I guess thats for next time.
Oh and like EVERYBODY was at soup afterschool lol, everyone there was either old or a high school kid.
And so now I’m TRYING to study for bio lol, internet is distracting. Bye!
I was at 99 Ranch Market with my mom shopping for food. And so we finish shopping and everything (btw we spend so much more when I’m there to shop too) and I’m pushing the cart to the car while my mom goes and does something with like the customer service or whatever. So I open the trunk and I’m about to load in the groceries to the trunk and this asian lady walks by and looks at my cart full of food and goes:
“Ray, u r not meeting the expectations of the [training] group. If u can’t handle school and swimming in this group that is ok, but I can’t just let u not make the expectations. U either abide by my expectations, or not swim with me at all”—Coach Jeff via text message