Hello all, I come to you in peace... or rather, in exhaustion. I'm so sleepy and tired. But I want to wish you a merry, merry Christmas. There's no snow outside. Can you believe it? Could it be possibly the first snowless December in Toronto in Canadian history? I think I jinxed the weather by coming back.
Okay then, enjoy this wrapped up photo of me looking zoned out. I'm so happy my drama presentation about Ancient Greek theatre, physics test and biology quiz is over. All I have left to worry about is my two chemistry tests tomorrow and Friday.
I really like physics because it's so interesting, science has always fascinated me and been my strongest subject in primary school. It's unfortunate that I'm doing so badly right now. I was wrong, logic alone is not enough to understand physics. The concepts are so abstract and mathematical it really blows your mind away. Of course, there are people who find physics easy, but I think what I struggle with is remembering which laws apply to which formula and what the elements in the formulas mean. If only I'd put in some real effort. My insincere effort is last minute cramming right before the test. I manicly read the text book and notes I've taken but I only retain a fraction of the information.
I'm such a lazy bum, I wish there was a pill for work deficiency. Can I pride myself with the fact that I don't cheat? I've seen my friends write solutions on the palms of their hands and store pieces of paper in their pencil cases. Hm, no, cheaters are winners. Having integrity makes no difference. But it should.
Thank God for Christmas.