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A Life In the Day of.... My mornings are very structured and perhaps monotonous. My alarm goes off at 6:00 A.M. but I am usually awake a couple of minutes earlier. My body is weird in that sense because I can get up at whatever time I want if I think about it the night before. I love it because it allows me to do whatever things I want to do till a late hour because I know I will wake up! I do the same things every day in the morning: go to the bathroom, brush my teeth, shower, and dress then have a glass of milk and go off to school. Breakfast is supposed to be good for you but I can't take it, it makes me sick. The most difficult part of my morning is waking up my brother! He is the biggest sleepy head I have ever seen, he just doesn't want to wake up. I am a punctual person and hate to be late for anything, even if it is very small indeed. I get annoyed with my brother because he is lethargic in the morning and can't be bothered to come to school. ...read more.


Football is practically all we talk about, it is the focal point of most of our conversations, and everybody seems to have an opinion on it. It's fun because you get a couple of laughs and it puts me into a good mood for the day; however, if the conversations are insulting and I get into a bad mood it sort of sticks to me for the whole day and I can be a very irritable person and snap at very random and minute things. Lessons go smoothly. I generally concentrate on the work that we are doing and don't get side tracked often, unless the whole class is discussing something, which happens on countless occasions in English lessons. We start classes doing something and end up discussing homosexuality and how practical a person should be! It usually starts when we read poems and we don't understand the romantic side of a poem, we end up concluding the poet is homosexual and our teacher starts, "Is there anything wrong with that!" It is more like a class of how to be a better human! It is a good thing though, because it is one of the few lessons we can open up and talk about issues, which to me is important. ...read more.


This is when I start to get exhausted as I have used up all the energy I had during the day. By the time I get home I am very tired but I have so much homework to get through I get cracking on that. When I finish homework I relax and settle down for the evening. I start thinking about how the day went and especially about people's reactions to the things which have happened. I watch some TV and listen to some music before dinner and soon after dinner I go to bed. Dinner is a boring affair at my house. I don't like Indian cuisine any more because I have been eating it for all my life. Adding to the misery we don't talk at the dinner table, it is one of the house rules as such and makes the meal an even more boring affair. Then I have a nice nine hour sleep which recharges my batteries to go head first into the next day, and hope that it is better than the day which I have just lived. That is the secret of my energy! Words = 1257 ?? ?? ?? ?? Shrayans 11JD 07/08/2008 ...read more.

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