How many days have I got left?

Wasting my life away, one day at a time...

Monday, September 05, 2005


First day of school, first day of school!!! Actually I'm exaggerating-I'm way too tired to be that exclaim-y.

I got my timetable and stuff, and the school day is just LONG. It's just gone 9 O'Clock and I can hardly keep my eyes open. The travel is probably a contibuting factor but I'm just going to have to try and make the best of things while I'm getting used to it. 3 of my 4 subjects were on the timetable today...biology was hard so I know that chemistry will be a million times harder. Everybody in my English class either does history, or drama, or both. I feel like a weirdo.

Oh yeah, what the hell is this article trying to say? It's beyond me the amount of crap on the internet that is supposed to be in the interest of the general public. Do they think people don't know that things cost money? Earth to "Ellen Cresswell", the pen I'm holding in my hand, it wasn't for free. People should be worrying about the environment inside secondary schools and how their children are learning rather than how much uniform and lunches cost. After all, free school meals do exist for people who really can't pay for things.

Beluuugghhh, such boringness. I'm writing a note to myself here. I must remember my first day of school and how dead I feel. Dead dead dead dead dead.


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  • At 9:17 am, Blogger Ukatoton said…

    Well, it's school, whaddaya expect. I'm starting my year 11 course tomorrow, so I'm rather scared at the huge workload. I just hope that I have a different teacher for business (my old one wasn't very good at it).

    Good luck!

  • At 5:34 pm, Blogger Miss Waffle said…

    Oh PISS OFF!! Not you fynzade, I'm talking to those idiot atomated advertisments. I need to get the verification thing sorted out...

    Thanks for the comment, the journey there and back really is a killer, and it's not even winter yet! Anyway, yeh, I'll get used to it or um...start living under a rock. Good luck for year 11 too, you'll get through all the work as long as you try and meet deadlines :)

    Waffley x

  • At 10:13 am, Blogger Emlyn said…

    Hey there!

    Good luck with the new school, eh? Saw the GCSE and A-Level listings and seems like it's a really high-achieving school... no pressure! ;) Nah, but it's always tough at a new place--whether you're a student or a teacher, so no worries, you'll do great, I'm sure. Besides... it's one week down already, isn't it?

  • At 5:24 pm, Anonymous Anonymous said…

    I think the article wants to say that the whole system is not fair.every society needs children and if education gets too expensive, Great Britain will die out ;-)
    This money should be paid by everyone especially cuples with no children.
    Excuse me for my horrible english ;-)

  • At 1:41 pm, Blogger Miss Waffle said…

    Thanks, emlyn :) Good luck at your new school too! It's been 3 weeks now...waaa. I'm no longer confusing the boys toilets for the girls. That's something, ya?

    I just thought the article was rather stupid. Everyone has to shell out for stationary and lunches. It's hardly the same as paying thousands a year for the actual "education" part. I guess everyone can use the extra money that gets spent on school stuff, but IMO, it's better for the government to actually improve what's going on inside the schools.

    Waffley x


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