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A day in the life of me

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A day in the life of me Six thirty! Why can't she be a bit quieter? She knows how much I value my sleep, yet she, along with the rest of the house, has an annoying habit of waking me up prematurely. Mum claims she tries to be as quiet as possible when she's on her early shifts, but still I get disturbed. However, the land of Nod calls me back for another hour or so, and I'm not going to say no! Cold mornings never help to encourage me to get out of bed. The sky outside is grey, the room is cold, yet my bed is warm and comfy. No competition? If only. My bed would be an ideal place to stay, but unfortunately I have to go to school by law, so I get up and head for the bathroom to get washed and changed. I preferred my old bedroom, but my mother made me move into my sisters old room, as my brother needs a bigger room. ...read more.


All I need to do when I wake up is put on whatever I can find, watch a bit of TV, or play on the computer. On a Saturday I may go into town with some friends, which will usually consist of me having to get ready, find something clean to wear (I'm not exaggerating, it really is like that), and then see if I've got any money. School isn't all bad really. It can be a bit of a laugh at times, what with scraps occurring in the playground, my friends doing stupid and idiotic things. Today is no exception. I'm in chemistry; not my favorite lesson but the experiments are good fun. Anyway, we're about 5 minutes from the end of the lesson when in walks my friend Alan. His lesson doesn't start for 5 minutes, but he thinks he is late. So in he comes, notices unfamiliar faces in the class, but still continues to apologize to the teacher for being late. ...read more.


is sit there, watch TV and just do nothing. It's really nice to get out of the house sometimes. Often it gets a bit too hectic, and so it's good to be able to go somewhere where there is no noise, or anyone to annoy me (like my brother James). Anyone who happens to be in the unfortunate position of having a little brother will know how annoying he or she can be. Mine is no exception. He is currently drinking out of the bottle and spitting bits back in it proudly. This then means I can't drink it, pure selfishness. He is actually disgusting, he wont let me go near his room and he completely windes me up. It may all seem a little harsh, but it's true, and it's nice to have somewhere to put my anger! Usually in the evening I'll watch TV until about six, then check my e-mails and go on the Internet for a bit, eat, do my homework, watch more TV and then go to bed, the best place in the world after a day at school, so relaxing! ...read more.

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