The title is self-explanatory, I guess.
I didn't do anything for Easter, except draw a "Bunny":http://dragongirl249.deviantart.com/art/A-Little-Easter-Bun-Bun-362673989?q=gallery%3Adragongirl249&qo=0. :'D
Although, the day afterwards, my family bought some chocolate from our local newsagent's. Om nom nom.
I went into school for a few hours today and yesterday, and I'm going in tomorrow and Friday too. Why? I signed up for some Easter revision sessions. They've actually been pretty useful. Today, I had maths. I'll just share some things that some other people in the session said, which I found quite amusing/facepalm worthy.
-"What's a diameter?"
-"What's that circle thing in the air next to the number?" (a degrees sign)
-Teacher: "What's 9 multiplied by one ninth?" Some people in class: "9!" "18!" "13!"
There were quite a lot of other things too, but I can't be bothered to type up all of them.
Today, I got my eyes tested. :3
The optician said that my eyes are (I quote) "Perfect". ;w;
Although the light she used to look inside my eyes gave me a headache afterwards. >.<
However, my brother's going to need glasses. I've seen the ones he's chosen, they have small-ish lenses and thin, brown rims. I told him he should have gotten hipster ones. :P
I'm now the only person in my family who doesn't have glasses. XD
For the past several days, I've had a song from The Wizard Of Oz (1939) stuck in my head. Y'know, the one the Munchkins sing near the beginning when Dorothy first arrives. "From now on, you'll be history, you'll be history, you'll be history, and we will glorify your naaaaaame..." That one. I can't get rid of it. I would listen to some music to try and drown it out, but my speakers are once again throwing a hissy fit. Blaaaaargh.
I'm looking forward to my dinner for tonight and tomorrow. I'm having Pot Noodles. owo (well, Lidl's 'Speedy Noodles', but yeah, basically the same thing but for less than half the price)
I don't normally have noodles, but my family's dinner for today and tomorrow is something I don't like, so I was allowed to have these awesome noodles instead. :D
...is it just me, or is my grammar pretty awful today?