Nickie Coby (puppybraille) wrote,
Nickie Coby

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Exhaustion is so annoying! Yesterday I had some ice cream and milk for a snack at aproximately four or so. Then, naively I laid down on the couch, I told myself that I'd just rest a little and read the Left Behind The Kids books I downloaded. I woke up about an hour and a half later. Then Mom took me to get glasses! They're awesome and look cute and are light. The great thing is that I don't have tint, so I can take advantage of the light and color perseption. They've got some kind of chemical that makes them darker when exposed to U.V. rays. That's great, no more losing sunglasses!!
I also went shopping for earings because I lost one that I'd been wearing. They're cute.
I also got a jean jacket because I don't have anything accept a flimsy winter one. This one will work for spring through fall and by then I should have a letter jacket. What a laugh! I letter in acedemics one week then don't get a good grade in Algebra the next. I guess that shows how much of a failure I can be. Algebra was hard, and math definitely won't be my major, but I worked hard fourth quarter and still didn't get that good of a grade, but at least I did improve. It also helped that I started informing the teacher about the problems I had and suggesting stuff she and I could do. She's really a nice lady, and I wish I could change the way third quarter went.
Anyway, I just had a flashback. I was talking about my day, and never finished.
We went home and ate some Wendy's. Then I went to bed, but I couldn't sleep. I finally fell asleep at three or so. It was because of my foot, I couldn't get comfortable. Then mom woke me up at 6:45 for my chiropractor appointment. (Side note: I finally figured out how to spell chiropractor!!)
Now I'm trying to learn all I can about blind travel. I'm trying to figure out everything I can. Dad will be at convention, but I basically get to ignore him, he just wants to be there if I need him. We aren't even flying together.

Well, if anyone has a comment, go ahead and talk, smile!!



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