I think the key indicator for wealth is not good grades, work ethic, or IQ. I believe it’s relationships. Ask yourself two questions: How many people do I know, and how much ransom money could I get for each one? – Jarod Kintz
(^An unrelated quote that I find amusing. Also, I couldn’t find one that really fit and didn’t feel like looking anymore.)
I seem to have lost all my motivation for doing useful things. I don’t know where it went. Nor do I know how to get it back. Nor do I particularly want it back.
Play FreeCell? Yes!
Write Doctor Who fan-fiction? Yes!
Eat chocolate? Yes!
Study for test tomorrow? Nope.
Write book report for Thursday? Nope.
Shower? Maybe later.
Write blog post? Well, only because it’s not as bad as homework.
In other relevant news, I got to meet my friend’s cat today. He’s the most unique cat I’ve ever met. Very talkative and happy and likes to sit in odd positions. I like him. We also smothered paper in tea and burned the edges to make it look old. It was fun. If I put homework on that, think I’d get extra credit?
We’re studying the socialization process in my Family Systems class. Tomorrow I’m going to wear my shirt that says, “Unsocilized Homeschooler: Interact or communicate at your OWN RISK!” I hope someone notices.
You might be a homeschooler if your social life is considered by some to be one rung lower than that of a Benedictine Monk. – I think this was from some random Youtube video about homeschoolers
Please forgive all my rambling. :)