Well, its not my fault we were dismissed at 2pm today and she came out at 2:40. I think I had all the right to get mad. Besides, yesterday, she also came out late. I already reminded her about being early but she still forgot.
Anyhoo, thats not my problem anymore. Lets go to school stuff.
Its only been the first week and my planner has been filled, almost to the brim. Every single day has been so hectic. It really sucks having reviews everyday from 4-7. I usually get home at 8 (went home at 10 last Monday), so I have so little time for school stuff. I think its a good practice for balancing my time though, and now, I dont really waste time on the computer anymore (because time has been very important to me since that review started). My days have been the same this past week: get home at 8, do everything in a span of 1 hour and 30 minutes, then sleep at 10:30pm.
10:30pm has been the ideal sleeping time for me during weekdays. I found that if I sleep at this time, I have enough energy for the next morning to do my work-outs and survive the day.
This week has been full of college worries. Everyones fussing about who to ask for recommendations, when to pass the forms, etc, etc. It's really good to do everything in advanced already. I wanna finish this whole college app thing and be able to concentrate on the more important things and my academics.. oh, and reviewing for the entrance tests. Aaahh, UP! EEEEKK.
Enough about that, did you know that the whole Sex Tape rumor appology of Spencer Pratt to Lauren Conrad was actually fake?
Quoted from Perezhilton.com:
As Lauren Conrad is pimping out her new book, she is letting her mouth fly open and revealing all kinds of secrets from her former show The Hills.
The biggest thing she let drop this morning while on The View was that the so-called "apology" she received from Spencer Pratt about her sex tape NEVER HAPPENED!
Nope! The conversation never happened. She wasn't even on the line to speak to him. So Spencer pretty much apologized to a phone and LC pretended to be surprised and angrily forgiving.
Gee, doesn't that sounds a lot like scripted acting? Go figure!
We give it maybe an hour before Spencer seeks out the media to tell his side of it.
Call us Spence! We want to know!
Well, thats about it. Hoping to blog more this weekend. Ciao!