Well, as you may have come to comprehend, I have returned to my senses. I had a sudden realization two days ago, telling me things I wished to know. I have been saved. Thank you.
On an alternative note, and the main subject of the post, I've recently finished a project on the book "Les Fourmis", or, in english, "Empire of the Ants". The book is AMAZING. The whole story has an anxious feel to it and it makes me really interested, and my mom just told me that I hadn't done my project and when I did, she would give me the second book in the series. I was done the project, A+ and all, when she told me, so there must be something I forgot to do. This is a pain in the ass. But, however, the project went well, and our original idea had everyone on the edge of their seats! AWESOME!
With the swagger of a champion, this is the one and only Willdood, leaving you in the lurch, as I am.
I just got back to the blog! I got home from the 4-day trip to Chicoutimi at 2:30 am on Monday. I had the biggest bags under my eyes that you have ever seen, even in super-exagerated animé drawings of tired people. I had 2 hours of sleep on Thursday night, took a 16-hour bus trip where I was unable to sleep, slept 5 or 6 hours on Friday and Saturday night, and then took another bus ride for 16 sleepless hours, not sleeping on Sunday night. I usually wake up at the mere sond of my name, but on Monday I woke up at 11 am, and was an unmovable object for the entire time between then and the 9 hours before. The improv team got 4th place. We only lost to two really good french teams and an awesome team from Barrie's bay. Overall, it was pretty fun, but I barely got 14 of the 36 required hours of sleep for 4 days. Well, what can I say, when all is said and done, it was an awesome trip, and I hope that I will eventually get the pictures off the camera. The entire trip took up at least 5 GB. Well, I hope you have a good day, and remember: Willdood is here, and he's serving hot knowledge every 48 hours (Approximatively, unless I can't get to that keyboard). Au revoir, people of the Internet!
Just recently, I was in a math contest. Little did I know that it was UNFAIR! We here in the french curriculum have it all backwards, and they already knew what we were going to learn and vice-versa. Luckily, despite the linguistic changes and the fact that the french contestants had a major problem of which I have already explained, I still got 7th, and I was the number one french contestant. Yay me!
Now you're probably wondering about the improv thing. Well, I just happen to be going on a bus for about a full day to Chicoutimi, a Quebec town that's really out of the way. I mean REALLY out of the way. Anyways, I am going there to do an improv competition, and hopefully the going's good, so I should be going. Good? Hopefully!
Well, I have better things to do than... No, wait... I don't. Until I get back on the keyboard, stay cool.
Willdood here, signing out.