Wednesday, May 9, 2012

Last Zone Cross Country

came 23 out of 23. consecutively last for two in years in a row at zone cross country!
yeah, i only ran when people saw me, and even then, i was kind of huffing. i. am. so. unfit. so i decided to walk the whole thing. (so sad, i lost my little 23 ticket when i was walking back to my car)

i was paranoid after the race that i dropped my car keys, except i just left them in my bag, phew...it was kind of lol, since the people at the finish line took forever to find the 18 girls ticket book...

NO ONE WALKS LIKE MY PACE WHEN I WALK CROSS COUNTRY. when i walk x-country, i snail pace walk, slower than how i walk in school shoes with school bag. it's really weird. i think i wore my bad socks. but when people say they walk, they still run a bit. yeah, i was observing people....

annnd, i asked the sports teacher do i still get points for coming last. she didn't answer directly, but said that the whole school looses 80 POINTS if someone doesn't participate. and she said that ruse only 2 people that didn't turn up. other schools had a whole team (almost) who don't turn up.

but with zone, there's so much to come with it, that i would rather walk it for these things: goes on your report, can get half a stamp, award at recognition assembly...oh, as well as exercise (:

and didn't have to pay for parking, cause the machine was out of order....totally winged it there....gps didn't work so i just drove on all the main roads/ follow cars, since most cars go to the main roads. and the occasional signs, and just follow my instincts (: soooooo much road contruction everywhere, and driving at 80 feels very good. usually i only drive at 60 ))): that i why i love going on big roads, and when big roads slope down.....and, people are so nice :') this person flashed their lights at me like three times. so i thoguht police, but i kept driving for a minute and couldn't see any, but finally, turning out onto main road, a whole carpark of police cars who caught another carpark of people, wow, they are dedicated to catching people in the middle of the day. the thing with unfamiliar roads is that you also don't know where all the cameras are...

one things now that i think back on today is that i should have tried to run it and see how i would do. but i was just too ceeeebs, i guess....

they're backkk!
my parents ditched me for....80 hours.
actually, i kind of feel good since kids always get to go on hols, but not parents. you really truly realise how much they do for you.

they brought back a lot of the food that they didn't eat.

sahhh hectic. haven't done anything all night. have to help out and arghh, the noise....

so sick of using the microwave. my face is exploding due to the lack of vegetables...

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