Hello, everyone. As for last week’s reflection, I am pleading not guilty due to inconsistency. I had no clue we had to write one for each week since we didn’t have to on vacations prior. So, I no longer feel obligated to write an extra-long reflection to make up for it. Although I feel a little guilty about this, I know I am right. Right?
Anyway, this is my week 32 reflection: the second-to-last of the year. Sadly, I can’t write my last one after class since math will be over. It will be just too heartbreaking for me. Even though half of you will be with me and the other half with my old elementary school friends. I think we’ll survive. Hey, I might even see Mrs. Krummel again somewhere. I’ll have to give the Atholton people a list of contacts.
And I’m looking forward to Centennial a lot. I’ll see Andrew, Kevin, Erik, Phillip, Cecilia, Zeren, Gary… and Luke. If Luke is anything like what I remember him as, Erik might just meet his match in intelligence. We’ll see.
Just for fun, I decided to google all some of you and see what I came up with.
Erik: Picture on second row of google images. By 4th page, looking at owls.
Phillip: I couldn’t spell your last name. I’m sorry I couldn’t.
Me: There’s a lot of Colin Murphy’s so nothing there.
Sam: The picture, of course. You know, that one.
After this, I got bored before I could remember Cecilia’s last name. I have decided to move on to the unfun portion.
Basically, I did exactly what I told the little 5th and 6th graders not do: Do 80% of your homework on the last 2-3 days. So my challenge that I overcame was my own procrastination. Otherwise the work was fairly easy, with a little textbook magic for review questions. All in all, not a bad performance for a hard week homework-wise.
Oh, and it’s my little brother’s birthday tomorrow. I had to get that out there.
See you on Thursday,
P.S. Photo credit: http://www.iwatchstuff.com/2008/10/drag-me-to-hell-looks-a-lot-li.php