Song of the day: VERIVERY - My Beauty

It's Monday again. Joy of joys. At least we don't have that much homework tonight. And there's something exciting tomorrow! My Human Geo class is doing something exciting for once, because after lunch tomorrow, we're loading up and headed off to a museum in a nearby town! It talks about British politics and history and that kind of stuff, which is much moee interesting to me than the past couple of years I've had with this teacher, which basically just talked about the US, Mesopotamia and the Silk Road. (Seriously, like a third of this teacher's world history class was devoted to the Silk Road, and we barely even talked about any European history, which is most interesting to me.) So I'm excited! Plus we're going to get ice cream afterwards.

Also, it's supposed to rain tomorrow! It's going to be rainy all day until the evening, when the temperature will dip below zero (Celsius, of course), and then one thing shall lead to another, and then we party! My precalculus teacher/"Pride" (aka glorified homeroom) leader is encouraging us to do snow dances and flush ice cubes down the toilet and all that. (She devoted a few minutes of our Pride time this morning to telling us to do all that.) And I mean, the high on Thursday is -14 degrees, so yeah, it'll be pretty dang cold.

Also, my Latin teacher is going to have us make manuscripts of the story we're currently translating, the Story of the Three Caskets. And so to fit with that, she's planned a trip to the library of a local university, so we can see some of their old manuscripts. It's super exciting! The only thing is that we have to be there at 8:30, which is when school starts and when I normally arrive at school. We're going to arrive at school early and then go to the library from there, but I'm just dreading waking up early. Oh well!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Girls' Generation - Baby Baby

So my family and I normally go out to a certain local restaurant (well, it's technically a chain, but I only ever think of it as a local thing) for lunch the same day every week, but we haven't gone there at all this year. It's honestly really weird, since not even my parents know when we'll go back. They also don't want to give me any reason as to why we haven't been eating at said place, so I'm pretty much clueless. I suppose Omicron might have something to do with it, but I don't know.

Also, I've been wanting to write some more recently. Towards the end of my writing spell, I came up with a most wonderful idea for a romance novel. I won't divulge it here (I'm really weird about not giving away too many details whilst working on something) but suffice it to say, I was rather proud of myself, because I feel like it hasn't been done that often before. (I know pretty much everything has been done before in writing, but this idea felt oddly unique.) Anyways, I really want to continue writing it, because I loved it so freaking much. Here's to hoping I get some writing motivation soon!

Also, I just realized that we still have the Christmas tree up, and it's almost February. I think part of it is because we have too much other stuff to do, so we're only just now getting around to taking it down, and also, I feel like if the tree stays up, then part of my heart will still feel unstressed, like it's Christmas holiday again. Seriously, I feel like I have so much more work this semester! It's really weird... Also, my school sent out the course catalogue for next year, and the elective decisions are rather imbalanced. There's multiple semester electives I think would be interesting, though I'll likely end up doing PE just to get it over with as it's required for graduation, but I'm not interested in any of the year-long electives. I'll probably end up doing Publications there, because working on the newspaper wouldn't be too, too hard and it would look good on my resume. Oh well. Hopefully the year after next will have interesting electives!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Super Junior and Girls' Generation - SEOUL

Time for another three-day weekend! I'm kind of worn out from school already, so I just need some time to relax. Ugh.

Also, the dehydration is back! But this time, not only is my mouth dry, my throat is weirdly wet and it's certainly rahter uncomfortable. In fact, I've dubbed this state "extreme slight discomfort". I am actually going off my rocker right now and I don't know what to do because drinking water only helps somewhat. I guess I might have to see a doctor at some point unless this goes away on its own. Maybe a humidifier might help? I think it might be because it's winter, as my best friend and I have talked a lot about it and apparently this can happen in winter.

Also, we've been watching Groundhog Day in my acting class today and yesterday, because I guess my acting teacher is out ill. Anyways, yesterday we had it in the auditorium (where we normally have class), but today we had it in the band room with the band kids, whose teacher was also missing, and of course other teachers chaperoned on both days. Anyways, this is the first tiem I've watched the film, and I have to say that it's really interesting! I mean, if you've seen the movie than you know that some parts are kind of depressing but other than that, it's pretty nice. I rather like it!

Also, I'm so sad that video stores and video rental services aren't really things anymore. I mean, sure, streaming services are convenient, but I just don't like them. I miss Blockbuster Video (despite having never been in one), and I also miss Sears (I actually have been in one) and K-Mart (the K-mart in my city closed before I was born). Honestly, I just miss old retail shops, and also old malls. It's only a matter of time before I start yelling at children to get off my lawn.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Girls' Generation - Love and Girls

How is it only Tuesday? SERIOUSLY! Yesterday felt like Tuesday for some reason. It might've been because we had a two-day weekend after a three-day one, so it probably felt off. But anyways, I presented my Human Geo project today! I think it was a pretty good (albeit brief, I'm not doing a dissertation here) look at Canada's languages and how that's involved with its culture and all that. I'm pretty proud of myself, given that it was pretty rushed at some points. (My language tree was made in Paintbrush, the Mac equivalent of Microsoft Paint.) Overall, I think it went pretty well!

Also, I had a graded discussion in English today. If I haven't talked about it before, we're currently reading Into The Wild, a nonfiction book about this guy Chris McCandless who tried to survive in the Alaskan wilderness in the early 90s (whilst being ill-prepared and refusing help from others who offered it) and sadly failed to do so. It also delves into his family life and other people like him, who were Transcendentalists and wanted to get away from society and all that. Personally, whilst I do want to take a step back from modern society from time to time, I think that the Alaskan wilderness is a bit too far. I'll keep my heaters, fireplaces, blankets and grocery stores, thank you very much.

Also, I seriously wonder how long it'll take me to get through the Murder, She Wrote books I have, including the ten or so I got for Christmas and the five or so I still haven't read of the ones I already had. Though I have read the past two I've been reading pretty quickly. I feel like I'm appreaciating reading more with these books. They're real page-turners! Also, my school has a reader's awards thingie each spring term where if we read a certain amount of books from a certain list, we get to go to a free pizza lunch instead of a normal lunch, and some prizes as well. I'm excited to see what this year's books are! I hope they're as interesting as these Murder, She Wrote books are.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Jennifer Lopez - Jenny From The Block

Well, my throat is better! (pretty much.) Which is probably because it's -2 right now, a much nicer temperature then the -17 freaking temperatuer the other day. I haven't been doing a ton recently, pretty much playing Ni No Kuni with a bit of homework, reading and other stuff sprinkled in. I love this game! And I'm sad that I'm nearly at the end, at least of the main story. But I've heard that there's a lot of cool post-game stuff to do! Marcassin is by far my favourite character, here, at least of the humans. (I also love the fairies.) And I definitely recommend this game to anybody reading this blog!

Also, I've been thinking a lot today, and I kind of want a flip phone. Not one of those weird new foldable smartphones, but a proper old-style flip phone with the little buttons. If I could, I'd probably use an old Motorola RAZR (purple, please), but of course those all use 2G and 3G. I really wish they weren't getting rid of them to make room for 5G. And 5G really isn't necessary. Seriously, why? It's not like normal consumer are download an entire season of a TV series or five Steam games off of mobile data. I'd take an old flip phone over slightly faster data any day. (Besides, my phone can't even do 5G!)

But I digress. The only things I'd really miss going to a flip phone are Instagram (I use it to keep up with friends) and iMessage (most people I know use iPhones), plus maybe a couple of games. The main ones I think look cool are the Alcatel Go Flip 4 and the Nokia 2720 V Flip, which both run on KaiOS, which (from my understanding) is a sort of stripped-down OS meant for feature phones. It has some very basic games and apps and stuff to download, but it's mostly stripped-down. Anyways, these seem really interesting! I might have to try one at some point, but I don't know if I'd be able to fully make the switch. Another thing I see peopel saying about why they don't want to switch to a flip phone is the lack of streaming services, but my iPod-loving self wouldn't have a problem with that.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Jennifer Lopez - Jenny From The Block

Finally, it's Friday! I have some sort of English writing assignment due Monday, and that Human Geo project due Tuesday, but other than that, my weekend is wide open! I suppose I'll spend most of them under some sort of blanket. Did I mention the low today was -18 degrees Celsius? Seriously, it's freaking FRIGID. I suppose this is balancing out that oddly warm spell about a month ago. Anyways, I oddly didn't feel like it was that cold today, much more so than yesterday, though I suppose it might be because in addition to my normal school outfit (and coat whilst I was outdoors) I had a hoodie on. I love hoodies! Except in the summer, or when it's sunny out and I'm in a car.

Also, I've been dehydrated on and off the past couple of days, but it's worse today than it has been. (Apart from the time the other day when I woke up with a parched mouth and a splitting headache, but that went away quickly.) Most of the afternoon, I've been super parched, and it wasn't so amazing this morning, either. But this afternoon I had like four glasses of water in half as many hours, plus an apple (the Web said something or other about a potential electrolyte imbalance, whatever the heck that is), and that did pretty much nothing. Zip. Zero. Zilch. But just when I was about to cry, I went to my parents to see if they knew what the hell I was going on, and according to my parents' school of medicine (which is surprisingly accurate, given that they're not doctors, although I do suppose we have a lot of nurses in the family) it's probably just because it's so dang cold. Let's hope that's right!

Also, for the past couple of months we've had creatures living in our attic. Particularly, we've had the variety that like to thump around at all hours of the night, disturbing our beauty sleep, and these are no different. We thought they were squirrels at first (we've had that problem before) but one evening, my mother heard them growling. Yeah. Not squirrels. We called some guys and they set up some traps or whatever where they think they're getting in and out. Also, apparently they've ruined the attic (thank God I've never stepped foot up there in all the time we've lived here). So the sooner we can get them back to the forest or wherever raccoons come from, the better.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Debbie Gibson - No More Rhyme

So I'm slightly peeved off right now. The only real homework I have for tomorrow is AP Human Geo, where we have two notable things due soon.

  1. A "geo-inquiry". Basically, we have to come up with a question we want to know about our community, find data, and make some sort of visual representation of that. It doesn't sound too bad, and I know what I'm going to do, but I have this unshakable feeling that I'm missing something and it's meant to be way bigger than I think it is. It doesn't help that the directions in our book are really vague. My best friend and I did pop in to ask him about that today, but he basically just pointed us somewhat in the right direction. I get we have to learn to be independent and all that, but still, it's pretty annoying when you don't really know how big it's supposed to be, I guess I'll just make a pie chart of the data and leave it at that.
  2. A big project. We picked a country at the beginning of the year that we would focus certain areas on, including news discussions. (I wanted to pick the UK, seeing as I'm a big Anglophile, but someone else chose it so I chose another country.) Anyways, for this we can choose between examining our country's languages, religions, or some third option that I forgot involving conflict. Anyways, I chose language. I kinda know what I need to do (my country's language landscape is rather clear-cut). Anyways, it's due Tuesday and I really just don't have the energy. Why do we have to have big projects in school?

Anyways, other than that I'm doing pretty well. I had a French quiz this morning and for the rest of the time (we had a double period) we played Memory (which I sucked at) and Go Fish (I forget how I did the first time, but I won the second round!), so that was pretty fun. Also, I had a work day in Bio, though I spent some of it faffing around on the Internet because I needed a break at that point. I did get a pretty decent amount of work done, though.

Also, my English teacher was missing for like the first ten inutes of class, and there was some sort of false alarm in the hallway. When we peered out or whatever, the high school principal (who was subbing) told us that we "didn't need to be out there" in honestly, kind of a scary voice. But yeah, it was a pretty nice English class other than that. We had a good discussion, which, in a rare occurence, didn't veer into talking about communism versus capitalism, which is an oddly common topic in our class, though one or two people who are particularly dedicated to their economic system of choice are pretty much the only ones who bring it up. Instead, we talked about minimalism versus maximalism, and we pretty much all agreed that minimalism is a load of bullcrap. (Personally, I'm the kind of person that's afraid that inanimate objects will feel sad if I get rid of them. Also, I think I inherit my maximalist tendencies from certain family members, who also love having a bunch of random stuff.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: NCT 2021 - Believe

Alas, my three-day weekend is finished. And thought it snowed (finally a decent amount!), that was not enough to cancel school tomorrow. So I'll have to grin and bear it. I believe next week is another four-day week, though, so it'll be OK. Also, I have a bio poster about meiosis due tomorrow, which I just scrambled to finished. It's not the neatest (I screwed up cutting the posterboard on the top because we had to have a half-posterboard), but it'll do. Also, I just realized that I totally had to read some of Into The Wild for English tomorrow, and I forgot. But I guess I'll just do it tomorrow in my study time.

Also, I've been playing so much more Ni No Kuni again. I've gotten pretty far, honestly - I'm probably over halfway thro┬Ęgh the main game - but I don't want it to end! Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch is one of the most delightful games ever known to man. I don't even share the hatred of the battle system that so many have - in fact, I might prefer it to normal turn-based RPGs! I only wish the sequel was closer to the OG, because I've heard that it's rather different. Oh well.

Also, I want to do some more writing, but I don't know what to write. I feel like I don't have that creative urge, whatever it is, to write anything anymore. If only I knew how to get that back... Oh well. I'm getting a little tired and that seems like a tomorrow problem.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Westlife - Uptown Girl

So I have a three-day weekend! Since Martin Luther King Jr Day is on Monday, we all get school off, which is a welcoe relief, especially as I've pretty much played video games most of today. Part of it was because it was snowing today, and there's a healthy amount of the powdery stuff on the ground. It's very welcome thing, too, since there's only been snow once before this winter where I live, which was pretty light. Anyways, I wish it would've snowed on Tuesday though, because a four-day weekend would be lovely. ALso, since apparently there's some ice, there'd theoretically be the possibility of a five-day weekend. I love when weekends are longer than the following school weeks. But oh well. We'll have to see what'll happen.

Also, yesterday was a pretty long day. By sixth period, I genuinely thought it was the end of the day, but then I realized that there was one period left. The school lunch was toasted ravioli, though, which are always a treat. Also, my bio teacher, who was gone Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday (I don't have bio on Thursdays) was back, and we have a poster project due next week. The guidelines are a bit confusing, but I think I have a grasp on the project. I do kind of feel like there's more to the project that I'm missing, though. Oh well.

Also, my mother bought me some gum last time she was at the shops this week, and so I've rediscovered my love for the gum. Whenever I'm stressed or something, chewing some gum relieves a bit of stress. Anyways, I've had quite a bit of gum this week. Also, I found a MacLife magazine from 2011 today, and it was very interesting to see what they thought back then and all of that kind of stuff. It made me miss old Apple products even more. Oh well.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Cynthia Fee - Thank You For Being A Friend

The Golden Palace is finally on Hulu! I mean, I'd much prefer it if it was on iTunes or DVD, but streaming is better than nothing. There were copies of the episodes on YouTube, but there were watermarks and stuff and they were lower quality than the Hulu versions. Anyways, I agree that the show isn't the same without Dorothy, but it's still great, especially when you think of it as its own thing.

Also, I'm pretty concerned about the whole COVID thing. My school still has a mask mandate, which is more than I can say for some other schools in the area (if you know, you know), but they've said that they'll consider getting rid of them. Also, of only a few hundred students, 50 were out missing today, and according to the principal, they're not considering going online. Ugh. Honestly, I kind of liked online school when were were full-time online the year before last. It felt more stress-free than in-person school. Plus, it's safer, especially when some certain people either have their masks down at random times in class and/or constantly have them below their nose. Seriously, what is wrong with the school administration?

Also, it's been feeling like a Friday since Thursday, so I'm glad that it's actually Friday tomorrow. I normally run out of energy to care around halfway through sixth period. Today wasn't so bad, however, since my art classmates, art teacher and I spent the first ten or so minutes of class talking about drama from years past, which was refreshing. I also finally started painting today. My art teacher gave me a canvas to use, but I have to paint over something else somebody painted and left behind before, which feels wrong. But oh well. Anyways, I'm using oil paints, my favourite kind of paints. I'm excited to know what my paintings will be like!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Donna Lynne Champlin - Face Your Fears

So I finished reading Betty White's book! I miss her so much... :( But her book was the best memoir I've read! I love it so much! She had a certain wit and a certain calming atmosphere, which is very comforting. This inspired me to write my own memoir in a similar format, but I don't know how much I could put in it, considering I'm only a teenager and Betty White wrote that book when she was eighty-nine.

Also, today the counselor came to our homeroom and gave us a lesson on growth mindsets and all that. The highlight when we watched a Dr Phil clip (it was of that girl who called her mother "that one over there" if any of y'all know it), which inspired me to watch Dr Phil tonight. It's pretty trashy, I guess, but it's just riveting to see what the hell these people have going on and how mind-boggling their excuses can be.

Also, i just realized that I never watched any of my traditional Christmas specials this year. Not A Muppet Family Christmas, nor A Muppet Christmas Carol, nor A Charlie Brown Christmas, nor the Christmas episodes of The Golden Girls and The Nanny. The only ones I did watch were the Christmas specials of Reba and The Facts of Life! So I'll have to watch those soon. We haven't taken down the decorations, so I say it's still Christmas season.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Spice Girls - Oxygen

So most of the past two days has basically been me playing Ni No Kuni. I love this game so far! I'd heard bad things about the battle (it's real-time as opposed to turn-based) but I love it! The story is so amazing and I have very few minor grievances with the game! Also, apparently the sequel does away with the familiars from the first game, which is really disappointing because familiars are one of my favourite parts of the first game! (my favourite familiar is the shonky-honker). And the game is also so pretty! It's absolutely stunning, especially the cutscenes that are LITERALLY done by STUDIO GHIBLI!!

Also, i finally og ta new (to me) lamp! My old one was one of the ones like the Pixar logo with the little knob you turn, except a certain time after you put a new bulb in the knob stops working. (It was pretty cheap.) Anyways, because of that I had to keep plugging it in and unplugging it. But no more! My mother gave me one of those old lamps with the green plastic lampshade and it's so nice! It doesn't even have a crappy knob - it has a chain! Anyways, it's a minor quality of life improveent, but it's big to me! Also, my desk is ever so slightly cleaner. Not by much, but it's an improvement!

Also, I'm finally going to read If You Ask Me by Betty White (rest in peace). I'd been wanting to read it for a while, and my mother got me a copy a couple days before she passed, but I'd put it off. But I've put it off long enough, and since what would've been her 100th birthday is a week from tomorrow, I figure I'd best get started. Rest in peace Betty!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Spice Girls - Oxygen

Finally, this first week is over! Three days and I feel like it was thirty. I've already had a crap tonne of homework, and my hopes of snow were absolutely dashed. It was sunny and -14. Seriously? Anyways, I'm absolutely knackered out at this point. Already, I've had to dive into trigonometry and medieval Latin. We also started off the term with double classes, which was extra tiring.

Also, I just beat Pokemon Let's Go Eevee! It was such a good game, especially since I got Eevee as my partner. I'd heard people saying it was bad or too easy, but honestly I don't agree. I feel like it took me a similar amount of time to other Pokemon games and it wasn't too hard, and wasn't too easy. 10/10 would recommend!

Also, I so wanted Ni No Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch with my Switch, and I finally got it! I haven't gotten very far, but it's great so far! I love the story and ESPECIALLY the Studio Ghibli animation! Seriously, how did they get them to do that! IT'S SO PRETTY! ANother 10/10 would recommend for anyone who has a system it's on. I love it!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Jordan Sweeto - Heartbeat

So today was my first day back at school. I didn't have Human Geo today, which made me feel relieved (that class requires too much brainpower for the first day back from break), but the classes I did have were mostly tiring. French was OK (As it turns out, I got a 94 on my final, and we worked on a skit most of the time), Bio was so-so (we did a lab where we went around to different classes asking them if they had certain traits), English was slightly tiring (we had to talk about romanticism and take lots of notes) and Drama was annoying (my scene partner dropped the class and I still haven't fully memorized my lines). So we'll see how tomorrow goes. I'm excited for a Latin block, but my body is not yet ready for a precalc block or any Human Geo class.

Also, I've been trying to get in bed earlier the past couple of days. I used to get in bed at around 11, but it gradually drifted later and later over about a year, so I'm trying to reset myself. Honestly, part of me wants the grandma sleep schedule of going to bed at 9 and waking up at 5, just because I love that early morning atmosphere and watching the sun rise, but I could not achieve that at this stage of my life. Oh well.

Also, I've tried a couple more mobile games over the past few days: Magikarp Jump and Mariokart Tour. I'm pretty all-or-nothing on these two: I freaking love Magikarp Jump, a game where you make Magikarp Jump, but I hate Mariokart Tour. We could've gotten a good Mariokart on the Switch, but of course we needed a crappy free-to-play mobile game instead. Oh well.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: Unknown - Meet Me In St. Louis

So tomorrow is my last day of winter holiday before I go back to school. :( That is absolutely, positively, a major bummer. I was just getting settled into normal post-holiday life, but of course I have to go back to the Place of Teenaged Suffering. I have no clue how my brain will go back to theorems and stuff after being set on Pokemon and my Web-site and all that for like three weeks, but I suppose I'll adjust in short time.

Also, I am positively obsessed with Pokemon Let's Go Eevee. I'd heard bad reviews online, but honestly, though I can see where they're coming from, I've found it to be a super fun experience, just like most Pokemon games are. I especially love it because Eevee, if you couldn't tell by the Eevee GIF on my home-page, if my favourite Pokemon, and I have been absolutely so excited to have it as my starter. I plan to get Eevees in all ym future Pokemon games as well, because I JUST WANT EEVEES ON ALL OF MY TEAMSSSSSSSS.

*ahem ahem* Anyways, another sad thing is that Blackberry phones are being shut off tomorrow (as well as all other Blackberry devices not running Android.) They won't even be able to use Wi-Fi, which is kind of confusing, but oh well. Anyways, it's depressing, and hearing about it has really made me want a physical keyboard for my iPhone. I'm already old-fashioned in that I insist on having a home button (I absolutely don't like the gestures) and will hold out on using a home button iPhone as long as I can, so wanting a keyboard just adds to that. Honestly, if I could have a classic-style Blackberry with all of Apple's apps and services, I'd buy that in a heartbeat. But I guess I'll have to resign myself to tapping a piece of glass. Oh well. :(

Also, after recording Meet Me In St. Louis, one of my favourite movies, last month, I left it sitting on the Tivo for a few days becuase I had to be with my family for Christmas. Then, after my parents and I got home, the Tivo spontaneously decided to crap out. (Not the first time this has happend recently.) Which means that we have to get a new one, and my recording of Meet Me In St. Louis was deleted. Ugh. At least the library has a DVD of it, though, and we ended up all watching that. It's a really good movie, I recommend that you all watch it!

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

Song of the day: A*Teens - Happy New Year

Happy new year! As I said in my last blog post, I'm so excited to see what this year has in store. :)

Sadly, New Year's Eve was honestly not the most amazing day ever. First off, Betty White passed away, which is so freaking terrible. It's like 2021 wanted to give us one last test on its way out. I've always been such a huge fan of hers, so it was a really big blow. :( My family and I watched some Golden Girls last night to commemorate her. She was the freaking sweetest woman ever. :( I actually just got her book If You Ask Me (And Of Course You Won't) and wanted to read it around her 100th birthday. I guess I still will, but it'll be a whole lot sadder.

But other than that, it was a pretty lacklustre New Year's Eve. Normally, my parents and I go to a family friend's New Year's party, but didn't this year (or last year) for obvious reasons. Instead, we sat at home watching Nashville's New Year's Bash or whatever it was called. Most of the songs weren't super amazing... There was one called "Don't Touch My Truck" which was basically five or six lines, including one about weed, repeated over and over for 3-4 minutes. There was also one called "Drunk On A Plane" which I regrettable knew most of the lyrics to, thanks to a stint where I listened to a lot of country radio with my mother on my way to swim practise. There were some good songs, though, like Kelsea Ballerini's performance and the cover of Country Roads Take Me Home. However, I still wish they would've had Reba or Dolly or someone like that instead of Mr Don't Touch My Truck.

Honestly, I barely feel like it's a new year, but alas, it is. Honestly, I think part of it is to do with the no-party thing, but also, it just seems like this year is a bit underwhelming and uneventful so far. (Though to be fair, one day is hardly enough time for something big to happen.) But it just gives off a more ho-hum vibe than the last two years have for me. But at this point, who knows what's going to happen this year? Like Omega Mart, we have no idea what's in store.

Anyways, that's about all I have to talk about, so I'll talk to you all next time. Bye!

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