Time Is Priceless
Last night, I realized how precious time is to me. So I've decided to spend time wisely. I started this "Use Time Smart" activity in the morning.
I woke up as soon as my dog scratched on the door to say that it was hungry and needed breakfast. I also did my daily stuff right from the start. I ate my breakfast as quickly as possible, but not too fast for me to feel sick, and raced to the bathroom to brush my teeth, but my brother stopped me. He said he needed to go to school, so he was the one who needed to brush his teeth first. I felt annoyed. My brother did have to go to school today, but I had online classes, too. And the class started ten minutes earlier than my brother's since my teacher wanted her students to have ten minutes of daily reading time. But I just let my brother go first.
My first class was English. Ugh. I love English but at school... Don't ask me. It's stuff like, "Is this your ball?" "No, it isn't. Mine is yellow." "Is this yours?" "Yes, it is. It's mine. Thank you."
One day, my English teacher asked me what I was reading. It was recess, and I pulled out Warriors to read. I always read Warriors after English classes. I hated the easy stuff. I always sarcastically repeated what I had done in class since it sounded so stupid and easy. I wanted to get my mind out of it, so I read Warriors, the right English level for me. Anyway, back to the story. I told her, and she said that Warriors was far harder than the book she was reading.
Anyway, I finished the English class, and it was break time. I felt tired and wanted to rest, but I had homework to do.
Ugh. I hate doing my school homework more than studying math! And I had a lot of homework today, so I spent a lot of time on it. I was so sad to spend my precious time on homework! The point of this diary is that I spent a lot more time than I expected on school stuff.