It happened during economics.
During the lecture, the professor was drawing graphs...so I was copying that to my handout.
I was bending down a bit to write and draw clearly when...
For a moment I thought I was sent to Dreamland (feel free to fill in a different place). I was seeing stars!
The student in front of me was re-tying her hair back...and her rubber band snapped... ...and guess whose
.............another one of my trivial complaints! I HATE IT WHEN THE RUBBER BAND SNAPS WHEN I AM TRYING TO TIE MY HAIR BACK...
Gah, now my hand has a red 'slash' on it. Hope it 'wipes off' by the time I go to school.
Title says it all...
I feel fantastic today. It's because I had some nice sleep yesterday night. For a while I was lacking sleep with work. Gah, when I lack sleep, seriously, EVERYTHING seems to be a bother, even little stuff.
Had a nice cup(?) of caramel macchiato too... My favorite coffee shop had it on discount today!
Take-out, since I wanted it for my chemistry class, where I need to endure two hours.
Here it is...It would've looked
Updated 10th November 2010 at 09:06 AM by Mintaka
I am currently using a PC in the school library.
It says 'Please tap the keyboard as quietly as possible'.
Understood. It's a library...further, right behind me are some desks where students read or study.
The keyboard is so old! The keys are, um, shaky. It's really hard to type without pressing the keys hard.(Gah...this 'D' key seems to be close to stuck!)
And one more thing... I really don't like keyboards that are similar
Last January, when talking about New Year's resolutions...
My father wrote this with a marker on my schedule diary that he bought for me.
It means 'tolerance' or 'endurance'.
If I am not mistaken, the top is the Hanja/Kanji that means 'sword' and the bottom means 'mind' (as in 'spirit', 'heart', 'thoughts').
There are many ways to interpret it. A person who holds the
Updated 2nd November 2010 at 06:04 AM by Mintaka