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I’ve got a date with Maths on Wednesday. Gah!

Paper 1 on Wednesday. If I haven’t ranted here already about it, shake that subject and myself together and you get a freaking zoinky colloidal substance. When I get a concept in my head it just doesn’t stick well with me for too long. That’s problem 1. Problem 2 entails me not having a proper instructor, none at all right now actually. For the most part I regret taking it this year. Mrs. M (my principal), if you’re reading this (and there is a decent possibility of that since she blogs here occasionally) I think it’s only fair that I vent my frustration and this is only mild, you know that. Blaze me the next time, ma’am.

I’ve asked my tutor from high school if she could assist me in any way that she can since this was above her level of teaching. I extremely appreciate it. Also, I would like to thank YouTubers who have Continue reading



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Sunday Morning Happenings

This morning I dropped in by my uncle’s convenience store to lend him a hand (preferably my left since I’m right handed). It was quiet like most Sunday’s are so I decided to peek in my inbox with the sole intention of of peeking and NOT word-pressing (you now see how that went) and surfing the net for outrageously hilarious photos and posts (I failed miserably at that too)

I just LOVE this! Pinned by Patrick Minkley via folkabout.tumblr.com. You can click on pic to go to the page.

I joined Pinterst, then visited someecards.com for the first time (definitely not my last, I assure you) and happyplace.com almost gave me a heart attack. I was supposed to be doing Maths (what’s that? Nope I’m not finished YET) So right after this I’ll do my vewy (not a typo, Elmer Fudd talk) best to not succumb to the awesome power of the Internet. On that note, if anyone finds me on Twitter or WP after this post please give me a virtual shake or something.

Taken from: More of the most enjoyably cantankerous notes ever posted in the workplace via happyplace.com. This is just 1 of many! There are much more funnier ones. Click pic to go there. Be warned you will be sucked into a highly addictive website that will make you wet your pants with laughter.

That’s all for now folks!


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Hi all, just a little note from little ol’ me

I know I’ve been posting mostly photos and reblogging a lot – not that there’s anything wrong about that since there so many enlightening and numerous posts to lift the soul are out there, those freshly pressed stuff are really great too – but I haven’t been finding time to actually let out the bottled emotions and recent happenings, hopefully I will soon.

Whats the happenings:

We were temporarily freed from school last Friday for the Easter vacation, not that I’ll be flying any kites because they don’t seem fun anymore. Sad but true. You see over here in Guyana kites are a big deal, really big, even my 44 year old uncle makes at least one every year! There are competitions for judging kites in various categories held all over the country. I didn’t even touch the frills of one last year.

Another uncle of mine (who really isn't my uncle at all) made these two for my sisters.

Before school was out, my 6th form class took part in the regional science fair and guess what? We brought second! The title was: Science, Mathematics and Technology: Unlocking potential for a green society. Our project was: Biodiversity Awareness and Promotion,we worked on making a Biodiversity Club to increase the awareness of the importance of life all around us and how we’re all interconnected. We took turns to explain when people came to our booth, nerves were jangling but we got used to it halfway through. My friends elected me to present to the judges, I surprised myself when I didn’t stutter or tripped over my feet.

We knocked that model up within a day or two hence the crappy appearance, I have a feeling our presentation won us the silver. On the left (with the barn) is a well maintained healthy environ, the other side is the opposite.

But we passed on nationals since it would take up the much valued time we need to catch up on our Cambridge A Levels (Math,Bio and Chem) to be written in Oct/Nov time. Right now I’m supposed to be working out Maths problems from the beginning of the text book up to where we’re at, but as you can see I’m blogging, somebody shake the devil outta me! There are two text books. I’m a WordPress junkie, I can’t help it, okay maybe I can, but ugh addiction is … well addiction, and I can’t quit cold-turkey.

The weather over here can be described as rainy, grey, lots and lots of grey and cold, I’m just shivering. It’s either rain, cloudy, or shine in the tropics, how would I make it in Alaska? I should be fine, I’m highly adaptable, or at least that’s what I tell myself … Some rice farmers were supposed to be harvesting around Monday but if the weather keeps like this it’ll be a disaster.

I’ll stop here for now, next time I’ll bore you all to death with how my new year’s resolutions are going.

Peace out and have a Happy Good Friday,

By the way, today is Hanuman Jayanti where we, Hindus, celebrate the birth of Lord Hanuman.


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