This week, nothing out of the ordinary happened. One of my friends' cats had kittens and now she wants to force them off on some of my other friends and I. We scolded her that she shouldn't give them away before at least 6 or 7 weeks of age and she agreed to keep them until the little cute buggers get sick of mummy's cat milk.
Last week, I got obsessed with zOMG! and DJ Max Portable 1, 2, and Clazzique so I kicked a weeks worth of light homework aside. Big mistake. Why do people do things they know is wrong, but in the end they regret it even more? This week, I got at least triple the daily homework from last week, so I'm struggling to complete at least quadruple the normal dose of homework I would get. Why did I just put it off, instead of doing it and allocating time to study important concepts? Laziness, and addiction.
Well I'm going to set a goal for this month (whatever, no-one even reads this crap): I'm not going to play my PSP anymore or waste time instead of studying. I will keep a noble self-oath: If I don't follow my goal until the end of November, I will give half of my Gaia gold to one of my friends. They probably know who they are, too. This includes at school as well, so all of my PSP whoring friends can buzz off and finish their challenges themselves.
If I can fulfil my goals until the end of school in December as well, I will dedicate one day a week outside of journal-ing days to play around on Gaia and earn some lovely gold >=]
Until then, I have to finish all of my homework. Oh, and I send my most probably unheard of belated congratulations to Barrack Obama as well. I hope he can get America out of their mess so the rest of the world can live normal lives already, again, FFS. I'm sure the people from the Japanese area of the same name are cheering him on for it, too.