Accidental 11

Well, yesterday, I was in a car accident. It wasn’t anything major. It was raining really hard and my mom and I were heading home from A&M. We were stopped at a red light waiting for the left turn light to turn green when a guy rear-ended us. There was no damage, but my mom still wanted to file a report since we were in my dad’s car. My back hurt a little from being jarred, but not enough that I went to the hospital.

You know, it seems like Celestial is more active than it used to be, even though there are like 420 fewer members. I guess that’s because now the people who are joining are actually posting, instead of joining and never coming back. I’m sure those members will come around, though.

I got to see my last World Lit test on Tuesday. I got a 115 (out of 100). It was the first time that I’d actually gotten all of the points that were possible. I mean, before I’d gotten all the extra credit I could get, which gave me well over 100 points, but this time I would’ve gotten a 100 without the extra points.

I have a test tomorrow in Physical Science. I think I’ll do well. It’s open-book, which should mean that everyone automatically does well, but that’s not always the case. As long as I remember how to do the problems, then I should be able to kick some butt on the test. 🙂 Maybe I’ll even get a 100 like last time.

I may get to do a whole fake smile/happiness routine for the women in my Physical Science class and in my PS lab. They think I should be really happy since I do so well with my classes. They say that things are going so well for me in school that I should just be really happy and cheerful. You know, it seems like when I’m doing really well in school, I’m feeling worse depression/sanity-wise. I think it may be related.

My intake appointment for the Mental Health Center is this coming Wednesday. I’m a little nervous about it. I mean, I’m sure things will go okay…I’m just afraid I’ll forget to mention something important. There are a lot of things I need to tell the therapist about, but I’m afraid that I’ll be so nervous that I’ll choose to omit those things or completely forget them. I need to share those things if I ever expected to receive the proper treatment. Of course, I’m afraid that I’ll end up in the hospital or having to go through shock therapy if I’m completely honest.

I need to rant about something that’s been kind of annoying me lately. In Huntsville, we’re celebrating Halloween on Saturday night instead of Sunday night. I get that churches don’t want their little kids running around celebrating a Pagan holiday on a Sunday. The thing that I don’t get is when parents say, “I don’t think it should be celebrated on Sunday because that’s a school night.” Okay, they don’t have a problem with it when Halloween is celebrated on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday…all of those are school days. Why is it such a big deal that Sunday is a school night? Have they ever actually taken the time to think about these things? See, it was nothing major, but I just had to rant a little about it.

Oh, I wanted to congratulate Jennifer and Daniel on the birth of Alyssa. Alyssa is so cute. 🙂

Plugs: Aurora, Brittany, Chelle, Gill, Pia

About Janet Morris

I'm from Huntsville, Alabama. I've got as many college credits as a doctorate candidate, and the GPA of some of them, too. I have a boss by the name of Amy Pond. She's a dachshund. My parents both grew up in Alabama.

11 thoughts on “Accidental

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  • Jenn

    That sucks that you got in an accident…car accidents suck, get you all worried. Great job on your lit test…wow 115…that’s awesome! Great layout!

  • Aurora

    wow, I’m glad the accident was nothing serious, but it still must have scared you.

    My mom says she saw people dressed up on saturday and I did too, but I didn’t celebrate until last night(sunday)… I didn’t even consider to be an issue until I saw people dressed up the days before, hm.

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