Perhaps, another normal day for the average teenager attending University.
My morning started a bit early, 4:30 AM, right upon hearing my alarm Jukebox (Life Goes On) by The Summer Set. It was supposed to be a feel good song, but like Postcards and Polaroids, I'm just beginning to resent it. Anyway, I rose up from my bed and decided to reset my alarm since it was not a busy morning. I was too sleep-deprived (I slept at around 2 in the morning) to start both my day and my week in a blissful manner. So I proceeded to my daily routine, packed up and was ready to leave.
Just when I thought I was ready to leave, I found out that my ID was missing. Having that ID is essential in the University and I know too well that losing it would be a hassle. I was running a bit late with the heavy traffic going on so I left without it. I arrived late in the Physics laboratory looking like a wreck as a result from the stressful commute that I had. As usual, Phys202L was a big snoozefest.
There's this one class that really took my attention, Philosopy 5: Christian Ethics. No, it's not all Jesu-freak bullshit that you're thinking. Today, we actually talked about the pursuit of happiness. The different perspectives of the state of being happy and the like and their classifications. I have a gut feeling that I need to categorize myself in one of those groups for the next workpaper. I'm not really sure of the possible question anyway. I can relate my attachment to this course to Pudge's likehood to his Religion subject.
In the afternoon, we decided to play Rockband for our Professor decided to really not show himself to us. We spent an hour playing drums, guitar, bass and singing alternately. I loved singing MakeDamnSure and Bring Me To Life so much, no matter how they strain my vocal chords.
Luckily, it rained when I was already walking on my way home. I thought it was just going to be a drizzle, but it was another thunderstorm. The skies were lit up by lightning, the roar of the thunder was defeaning and the clouds seemed to be unforgiving with the rain. I decided to stay at home and just read.
I'm going to end the day by reading my Physics and Calculus notes. Au revoir.