Thursday, May 1, 2008

Algebra done

So I got very motivated today and did two days worth of algebra in one to finish it off. What a relief to finally have that over with.

I'm still getting used to the idea of real blogging, telling other people about my life every day. I mean, sitting here wanting to share I don't come up with much that is happening to me. Some of you are just full of those little things to share, and I struggle, cuz I think I need to give you something profound to think over. blah blah blah.

Ok, so I'm planning on staying up late again tonight, midnight on a school night, to get maybe a little more writing in. If I feel super energized, I'll finish chapter 5 tonight. I'm being really gutsy with my writing this time. I am "putting my inner editor in the kennel". I got the book by the founder of NaNoWriMo and am taking a lot of tips from it. I really want to do this this summer. I don't know why I think of going off to college as the end of the world, or why I'm creating this "bucket list".

This summer I want to be an amazing speaker and win the orator award at the political sciences camp I am going to. I want to finish my novel. I want to work out some sort of economic plan for the country, in preparation for the upcoming 2032 election (assuming the country is still around then and we aren't bowing down to big brother who now rules the world). SOMNITE FOR PRESIDENT IN 2032!!!! I plan on running as an independent with the goal of aboloshing the party system if it is still around. Be ye warned, this is not a joke. I have the speaking skills, I have the visions, and I feel like I have God's approval. (though He may be throwing me a curveball and putting ideas of presidency in my head to prepare me for something else). All this not mentioning that I have already started making it known my plans and an early and unique campaign start always helps.

3 comments:

Anidori-Isilee said...

Ick. Still struggling through Advanced Math. The good news is I no longer have to take Calculus, though my dad still thinks I should take physics.

Eh...sometimes you have something serious to write about; other times it's just something random. But the great thing about personal blogs is that you can write about anything you want to. You can write about books, movies, politics, life, observations, whatever.

"Putting your inner editor in the kennel". It doesn't always work, you know. I tried that with NaNoWriMo, and I just can't bring myself to return to that first draft because I know how bad it is. I'm much happier revising as I go because it means that when I actually finish "Arianna", the draft will be a lot closer to a finished product, so I'll feel a greater sense of accomplishment. I mean, it's great to finish a novel, but not when you realize how truly horrible it is.

But of course the country will be bowing down to Big Brother. Us. ;)

Edge said...

I have another blog for you to check out, if you're writing fantasy: www.scribe-jamin.blogspot.com

I met Jamin at a writing conference, and he's into Christian fantasy too.

Anonymous said...

president...hmmmm i don't think you should be corrupted..lol no i am sure you will do fine:D

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