right right right...
so i'm wondering, should i type in proper grammer, capitilization and advanced vocabulary?
or shall we just stick to the lowercase rush? i'll figure it out eventually.
started school at st. joseph. it's been something, i'll tell you. as much as i loathed holy name of mary, this place definitely has its ups and downs. for one thing, since there are so many people, you get lost in the crowd without even trying. if someone's new, you'd never know, you'd just assume you've never seen them around before.
what i'm trying to say is that being there everyday makes me feel really... anonymous.
guess i'll have to try harder to be something else. not stand out per se, but not be another faceless student within a school of almost 2000 souls.
anyway, my subjects are pretty great except for science. then again, you can't win 'em all, can you now? in english, i don't know anyone there who knows me quite well and feels pretty whoa. no one knows you were before, they only see you as who you are now.
i don't know how i should feel about that. is it a good or bad thing?
at music, i was playing tenor saxophone but it was so nasty and crumbly that i asked to switched to something else. my teacher though, was convinced i would be a strong player and told me to "see how it works out."
so i faked it, for 2 weeks - that i couldn't produce a single sound from the damn thing. it worked and now i'm playing flute. problem: i'm 2 weeks behind everyone else of course. we're having a playing test and unless i practice like university music student (which is to say, a lot) i shall fail.
currently, i'm teaching myself. we'll see how it goes, as music is one of few things that come naturally to me.
swamped with science homework too, and being hooked on "the sweet far thing" isn't helping matters. it's victorian, gothic, passionate, and so lovely. i probably won't even be able to begin work until i'm finished.