I’ve never spent all day studying for a test before. I guess, after today is over, I’m not going to be able to say that anymore.
I mean, no worries, right? It’s just a test. Just five chapters of biology to drill into my brain until my head explodes. But you know what? I’m okay with that. Personally, I’d like to stick to the goals I have written down on the List. One of them is, in case you’ve never looked, to get all A’s this semester. And since we don’t have many grades in bio 100, only tests and maybe a few labs, well…important.
I’m a little sad that I’m going to have to put off more writing until after the test is over tomorrow. I have some really good ideas that I want to get started on. However, I also have a math test next week and a 5-7 minute speech to do on Wednesday. So we’ll see how much writing I actually end up getting done this weekend.
I’ve been writing in my journal a lot (and when I say “a lot,” I mean A LOT), but that’s not the same as outlining a novel. Obviously. But like I mentioned a few days ago: you should never be too busy to write, and should make time. I plan to do that—make time, I mean. Right after I ace my biology test.
Deoxyribonucleic acid, anyone? It’s double-stranded in a helix shape. $9.95.