GREETINGS FELLOW ROBOTS
I've returned from my very unexciting, very uninteresting journey to the realm of A Normal Life. It was, normal at best. Normal sleeping hours, normal meal times, normal activities, only peppered by the most extraordinary of plans and future things. Do you remember the Big Important Exam that tortured me for the whole of last year?
I survived that. I had to stand among fellow tortured inmates as my Maths teacher stood at the podium announcing the names of those who got Straight As. All four of them are not me. And then she went on to mention those who got All As and 1 B, and of course, as it always must be for about 80% of my life (recently people I've met are now pronouncing my name correctly from the first go WHICH IS AWESOME), she pronounced my name wrongly.
I THINK THAT IS GOOD. Well, at least, good enough to get me into good colleges, which is very very very VERY few if you live in this city in this country. So little options. I'm heading straight to A-Levels, a pre-university program that's international but originated in the UK, and I'm taking a tough subject combination - Literature, Maths, Biology and Chemistry - which is self-imposed torture but THE THINGS YOU DO TO BECOME ACADEMICALLY AWESOME AND TORTURED. Also happy happy days, if you paid attention lately I have started The World in Deeper Inspection.
Finally! I am actually doing something with this 3 Year Old Project. A good way to round up the end of my secondary education. I'm very happy of what I've done for it so far and I hope you check it out and share it with the world because I also need the exposure and the views hehehehehehehehe. WHERE ARE ALL MY HOMIES
DA is dead for me now.
Original Journal Coding By *blob-kitty. Edited by Reimena Ashel Yee.