Congrats, Tuesday. You are my least favorite day of the week. I'm so glad Wednesday is almost here, but I'm starting to freak out again. I'm almost done with my Social Studies project. I need about an hour and a half to finish it. Two hours at the most. It sounds like a lot, but I'll have time for it tomorrow. I love Wednesdays. I get out of school early that day. I have more time.
I need to start my English project tomorrow. Imma have time for that too. Trust me. I may be a procrastinator, but I'm a planning procrastinator. I know just when to start, how long I need to finish, etc. It'll work out. It always does.
So, after doing work for an hour and a half, I'm taking a fifteen minute break to write this. I hate that I won't be able to check any blogs today. Hopefully, I'll be able to blog surf on Friday. By the way, on days that I have time, I'll chose a blog to start on. Then I'll click on their followers. I'll choose an interesting one and look through the blog(s) he/she follows/writes. I keep going on and on. I have found so many cool blogs like that. I love blog surfing. Unfortunately, I planned to clean out my closet this weekend. Plus, I want to read a book I found for my "Informational" category on my mandatory reading list. In English, it's required to read 40 books this year. Just to let you know, I've read over 80 already. I haven't finished my genres, though. I need five more books: four informational and one historical fiction. Have any suggestions? Please tell me.
Stupid social studies is depriving me of blogging. I'm not mad at English. What did English ever do to me? No, I'm mad at Social Studies. I don't mind learning about the past or whatever. It's the projects that get to me. Oh well. Let's try a positive outlook-
HA! HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA! *HYSTERICAL LAUGHTER!*
I'm not a positive person. I'm pretty pessimistic. I find it to be strangely rewarding. You expect the worst, so that you're not disappointed. When it decides to be okay, you're grateful for it. You never lose. Of course, just because I'm pessimistic doesn't mean I don't hope. If anything, I get my hopes too high. *Sigh.* I tried being optimistic once. It didn't go well. I just couldn't. I can't expect the absolute best. If it turns for the worst, it would crush me. See, if you're optimistic, you kind of already expect the best. You don't feel that grateful that it turned out okay. It doesn't make you as happy.
There is my talk on pessimism and optimism.
Pet a rhino. Shampoo a turtle. Call a reptile.Have a good writing day!