Imagine that! I'm back at Pisay! Sure, my mother made me come home early and all... But I was able to go back! I was able to go to school today, watch over the booth, see our Bio. booth and Geom. booth, and see everyone! They seemed glad to see me, for reasons unknown, and that's the understatement of the century-Chii, Tricia, Anna, and Verge all hugged me when they saw me, and Neon was practically shrieking. Stupid Flavivirus.
Odd thing was, I missed them about as much as they missed me. I guess it's true that you never know what you've got till it's gone. Wow- I'm turning sentimental.
More likely you're just mental.... I found it in my notebook, squeezed between the insanity I write when bored in Com. Sci., and a whole bunch of notes on funguslike protists. Weirdness indeed.
I agree there.
And I spent most of the day at our YMSAT project-booth- not that I mind, because what the hell, I haven't been able to do much for my group anyways (they seem to think otherwise, that I actually did something, kahit papaano). And I watched the Geom. booth. Ang kulit ni DR (haha)!
I think I made my questions a bit too difficult. The first easy question I pulled out (note: I didn't make it) read, "How many sides does a triangle have?"
And the first hard question I pulled out (note: I didn't make this either. I'm comparing the difficulty of the questions I made with the ones I pulled out.) read, "The hypotenuse of an isosceles right triangle measures 40 cm. What is the measure of the angle opposite it?"
De 90 degrees! Right triangle nga e! Malamang the angle opposite the hypotenuse is right!
I swear, I wish I had stayed longer. I hate leaving Pisay, especially leaving Pisay early. I hate leaving Pisay when I can see the sun. Really. I'm fine with leaving Pisay early on rainy days. Not really, but for some reason it's more tolerable.
My callouts: I thank Tricia and August for lending me their notes!
Weird thing I just thought of: No one knows that this blog exists, except Anna, and that's because I commented on her blog. So that means that blogs can really be kept private; you can create one, and only you will know it if you don't tell anyone. So that means that everyone whom you know has a blog created it to be read by a general public, not necessarily the general public, but a certain set of people. And that you really can have a private blog- just don't tell anyone you created it, and no one will ever find out.
Weirdness, I know.