Today I woke up at 7:15, no wait, I mean 5:15! It is two hours behind over here! I end up waking and sleeping earlier than the other residents here. I had been dreaming that Sunny Jessie was doing a bunch of gymnastics and Fiery Caroline was like, whoa, how can my sis do that! It was fun. But then I woke up suddenly, feeling cold. My aunt had taken the blanket from me! I pulled the blanket back to my side, and, ahhhh. That was much better. And she was like, "No wonder I was feeling hot!"
I did my science homework this time. I might as well do Omnibus as well, but I just need to get my heavy textbook from the luggage. Well, whatever. Too lazy to do that now. My aunt is upstairs doing who knows what. She said that she will take me to Mickey D's later, and then go to the hospital to see my grandma (who got an MRI yesterday).
I had brought with me the most faithful of the faithful companions that I have: Bunny. You remember her, right? I put her picture on the homepage. In fact, stop reading this and go there right now. Just so you remember. Come back once you're done. See ya in thirty seconds!
Okay, did you see that? I still have Bunny! For eight years she has been faithful, loving, and always there. She never gave up on me and I will never give up on her. And I will keep her no matter what some donation place says. But who knows if my future kids will have Bunny as their own, I could give them all to them and they will have their on companions too.
Today I went to the IOWA Testing. It was so so so so so so so so so so so...
And you know why? A lot of my friends came too! The test was on stuff like vocabulary, reading, spelling, capitalization, punctuation, usage and expression, science, maps and diagrams, and reference materials. Easy peesy, until tomorrow.
Tomorrow is worse. I have to do math and social studies. That is so not awesome, except that during out breaks I will get to hang out with my BFF's again.
Do you know what bisectors are? They're this cool thing I learned in math today. In the lesson about Geometric Construction of Bisectors, we learned that to bisect means "to cut into two equal parts". So, say you have this line segment. You want to divide it into equal parts. So here's how you'd do it equally using a compass. (You may want to save these pictures to view them full-size.)
Okay, that was random. That's because I have to do even more math today, just to study for the IOWA Test. It's like SAT, but we call it IOWA Test because it was written by BJU Press, and we have to do it for 2 days.
Though I am good at math, it's one of my weak subjects because "I'm careless". I take the 6th grade math book. And it's EASY. Nothing really hard. Except that I'd rather do my science project. Wait! I do have to do my science project because my board is due on Monday! I better work on it now! Okay, gotta go!
Wait a minute! How did this end up here? Was this my randomness? I guess so.
I'm a homeschooling kid who likes science and nature, particularly birds. I would like to be an artist or scientist (or maybe a fiction writer?) when I grow up.
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