I got the pleasure of beginning my day by standing out in the rain waiting for the bus. I was also alone because my sister stayed home sick. I'm so glad that the bus actually came early today. Normally, I would mind the rain, but being stuck at school with wet clothes and hair isn't fun.
All of the seniors with a certain GPA or above had a meeting this morning about a scholarship. One person in our county gets it, and the winner recieves full tuition for four years at any college in Indiana. It's a great scholarship, and I'm going to apply for it. It's just that I don't want to go to college in Indiana. There is one college (that I really like) that I applied to that's in Indiana, so I'm still applying for the scholarship. We'll see what happens if I get it.
This meeting ran into our first class, which meant I had less time than normal to complete my AP U.S. history test. Thankfully, I got done on time. I think it's because I knew I had less time, and I made myself focus more than usual. (I'll admit that I sometimes zone out in the middle of tests.)
We got to peer edit papers in AP English. Basically every problem that was pointed out in my paper is stuff I already know. The problem is I'm not sure how to fix those problems. This paper is proving to be very difficult. When I'm finished writing this, I'm going to go through it and do some editing myself.
Here's an interesting story: Whenever I go to the bathroom at school, I always leave my books and things sitting on this ledge thing over the sinks. I've been doing this since freshmen year, and I've never had a problem. Today I did the same thing I always do, and when I went to get my books, my pencil was gone. My eraser, book, and notebook were all still there, but the pencil was gone. I looked around, thinking maybe I dropped it, but it was nowhere to be found. I think someone stole it. I wasn't too bothered by it. I just went to my locker and got a new one.
I really funny part of the story was during econ. Some people started complaining about how they'd had bad days, so our teacher started going through every person in the class and asking them how their day went. When he got to me, I was just going to say that my day had been fine when Jordan mentioning that I did actually have a bad day. I don't know if she was referring to the pencil thing or what happened while peer tutoring (I'll get to that in a minute.) as I had just told her and Haley both. I kind of stammered for a bit before just saying, "My day was fine, but my pencil did get stolen in the bathroom." Everyone in the class, including me, burst into laughter, and I turned bright red, which Haley pointed out to me. After a few minutes, the teacher said he wasn't even going to ask for that story, and we moved on. It was interesting though.
As for what happened during peer tutoring over at the middle school, I was put in charge of helping three sixth graders with a math worksheet today. They were doing really well. They were each dividing up the problems and doing them on the board. Then, the boy got frustrated over something and decided he wanted to do them himself, so he went and sit at a desk and worked on them alone. Then, the two girls got into an argument because one girl didn't think the other was being fair, so they insisted on working the problems alone. It was kind of dissapointing. I remember at the beginning of class being really impressed by how well they were working together, and by the end of class that had fallen apart. At least all three of them had a pretty good idea of what they were doing. That was the point of the worksheet.
On a bright side, the pouring rain had stopped by the time I went over to the middle school, so I didn't have a problem with that. I also got a ride home with Ji instead of riding the bus. That was especially nice since I was lugging home books for my sister Regina, so she could get homework done. Overall though, it wasn't a bad day.