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I haven't gotten any sleep the past 4 days. I don't really know why I'm continually compelled to stay awake, but it ends tonight. Break's over, but it was mucho fun. Friday I went bowling with partially the same group as Tuesday (Gwen, Amy, Eileen, Sarah, Mollie, Veda, Megan, Paul, Ben, Ryan). I suck at bowling, but I had fun anyways. Saturday was Daniel's LAN party, which was mucho fun as well, that went from 11:30 AM - 8:00 PM. Church was ok (I was in the nursery again, but it's more fun as I get better with babies. Having done it like 5 or 6 times now I'm almost semi-competent at handling babies!) and I opted not to do anything. I took a four hour nap and woke up to a little kid who came up from Pennsylvania just to see me (his parents were in town for the day).

Today sucked. I've failed (or rather, barely passed, but I really don't see the difference between a D and an F) all the tests I took last week (Math - D, Programming - C, Chemistry - D, Engineering - D (a journal check actually, but we don't have tests in there, so...) and I have yet to recieve the results of a Global test I took. This proves my theory - my grades rely on sleep. In case you don't know, I don't study for tests, I've never needed to, but I don't absorb the information if I don't have 7+ hours of sleep. In essence, now until Christmas break is crunch time as far as school goes. Whether I actually put that into practice is yet to be seen, but it will definately require more of my attention.

One of the things that made today suck was the announcement that the student teachers will be leaving this month. All of mine are really cool, mostly better than the normal teachers, but this also means work loads will decrease as the teachers get more work. It also means I have to deal with lower quality teaching. Global won't really change, but Chemistry, ay ay ay, Ms. Smith is so boring, I shall die a thousand deaths under that teacher.

The walk home was nice, though, it was unusually relaxing.
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