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    2nd September 2006

    The first week of school was hectic.

    I’m not really sure that there is really much more to say than that. I have a lot of writing to do this semester. I think I will like it to get into it, but it will be a lot. Also, since I’m kind of disorganized, I definately prefer classes that are “one paper, one test” or something similar to that, but this semester my classes are like “one paper, one test” every week, and make comments on other peoples’ papers online and the like.

    It was capped with the worst drive of my life, I think, wherein I got lost driving to Mike’s tennis match at Monarch High School and then lost on my way driving home from there.

    On the plus side, I have my handcycle back now. I went down to Drew and Jeanie’s on Tuesday night. I rode up this hill by Drew’s house and almost died. I’m not in very good shape and Drew is in quite good shape. Another highlight was staying with my Uncle Bill and Aunt Becky for the first time. They live not too far from the seminary, and I’m planning on staying at their place on days when I’m down in Denver for class.

    Alright, back to writing (other stuff)…


    2 Responses to “The first week of school was hectic.”

    1. Mike says:

      Yeah, we got lost on our bus too. so no big deal, monarch high school is in some sort of warp field, phasing in and out of reality, you have to be there at a specific time period, if you arrive at a non-phased-in phase it is merely a field of beautiful five leafed plants.

    2. Chris Wiesehan says:

      Just so you know, I am reading your blog now.

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