Continuing my so-called “less wordy” blog entries, here’s a video blog.
Vlog 6. Warning: I’m a very boring person.
A couple of notes, though:
Yes, I look like crap. It was past midnight and I was in that sleepy-but-can’t-sleep mode.
Yes, I do have a monotonous voice. (Just like all you evaluators have told me during Toastmasters and English speaking exercises. ) Can’t help it, sorry. Oh, and the video’s pretty long too, like 12 minutes. (Mostly rambling though. )
Yeah I did end up buying a watch at the supermarket, haha. It is Casio though, not something like Cosio or Cazio and fairly cheap. But I’m gonna wait until the strap wears out before I make a new strap for it. Here’s a doodle of the rainbowy watch. My new watch has a face that’s exactly like the sketch (round, metal, numbers, and a dot for each second in between the numbers ).
M-hmm, I actually couldn’t find the word “prospective”.
No, it’s not actually pronounced vee-log like I did. I think it’s meant to be vuh-log (like blog), but I dunno, V-log seems easier to say.
No, Physics practical did not go well. First paper for the trials + foreign lab + weird kind of power supply we’ve never used before + nerves + last question involving a chapter WE WERE TOLD WAS NOT COMING OUT = :shakefist: . Further Maths test… was like any other Further Maths test (hard. Impossible to get answers for all the questions. Even though it was only Chapter 1/2/3, not 1/2/3/4.) and Mechanics test was like most other Mechanics tests (just fine).
No, we don’t actually have 17 papers for the trials like I said. It’s 18 papers (not including the Physics practical we just did); I forgot Physics Unit 6 because it wasn’t on my “to study” list. (Unit 6 involves all the chapters.)
And… oops. I forgot that I actually did get another present besides my brother’s book. Thanks for the cake and card, “secret friend”!
Lastly, forgive the random jitters, flickers and blanks (and very low volume and slight hue changes due to the camera’s settings) in the video. I had to transfer it via my thumbdrive, which, as I discovered the hard way, isn’t a very good one. Even transferring pictures cause them to have weird horizontal coloured lines and stuff.
Oh, and will you believe it — we’ll still be having art classes during those two weeks of trials! Our lecturer is eeevillll. (Okay not really, he’s been nice most of the time, but not right now. ) We’re doing last year’s AS Art question as a “practice run” before the actual exam question for this year. So yeah, sketches to do and ideas to generate and stuff to build and things to present. Eurgh.
Pray that I’ll get things done and not fail Physics or something… Bye!