Today is a sad, sad day. Sad because so far I have the worst case scenario. And I just made that to cheer me up because I knew it probably wouldn’t happen. I have gym. Physical education. Phys. Ed. I don’t care what you call it because it doesn’t change the fact that I’m going to die. Eighth grade hasn’t even started and I know it’s going to be the worst year of school ever. Except maybe fifth grade. That was pretty bad.
I have gym, and I do not have astronomy. The blasted school replaced something I love with something I despise. The physical activities I participated in this summer were limited to archery and hiking. Granted, I hiked several miles up and down hills, but still, I did not get enough physical activity in me to be in gym. There must be some law against putting terrified writers into gym. Thankfully, I can say one good thing about this gym. It’s the personal fitness one, not the regular one. This is good because regular gym is all sports and competitive stuff. Personal fitness gym is all… less sports and competitive stuff. But I am very sad that I am not in astronomy. I’ve been interested in stars since fifth grade (that was one of the memories that I didn’t block out), and now I cannot expand on my knowledge of them. Isn’t that what school is for? In gym I don’t learn anything. I guess I should give you my schedule now.
Class One: Accelerated Earth Science, everyday
Class Two: Honors Geometry, everyday
Class Three: Geography, everyday
Class Four: Orchestra, everyday
LUNCH D (everyday!)
Class Five: Advanced Integrated Language Arts, everyday
Class Six: Phys. Ed.- Personal Fitness, every other day
Class Six: Art, every other day
Class Seven: French, everyday
Advisory in the Tech. Ed. room without chairs and air conditioning, every-freaking-day
Class One: Advanced Integrated Language Arts, everyday
Class Two: Geography, everyday
Class Three: French, everyday
Class Four: Band, everyday
LUNCH D (everyday!)
Class Five: AVID (don’t ask, I don’t get it either), everyday
Class Six: Accelerated Earth Science, everyday
Class Seven: Honors Geometry, everyday
Advisory: One of the AVID classrooms with air conditioning and chairs every-freaking-day
We only have three of the same teachers, no classes together, but thankfully we have lunch together. BUT HER ADVISORY HAS CHAIRS! Mine doesn’t, and it’s full of machines that I mostly don’t have to use (I did take tech. ed. last year). I hope you all fared better than me, because I have probably the worst schedule so far.
Dear friends in real life,
TELL ME WHAT YOUR SCHEDULE IS! TELL ME NOW!
X’s and O’s,
All Your Base Are Belong To Us,