Let’s get straight into things today and go into geology. Our task, in small groups, was to make a poster about the T-Rex and it’s adaptations. We did this fairly well and I had a go at drawing a T-Rex. My drawing skills are famously awful amongst my geology group and pretty much the entire world so I was fairly pleased with this effort:
During our free’s me and Mike ventured into town to buy some stuff. First on the list was a new pair of shoes as once again my old pair was barely holding together. It’s incredibly difficult to find shoes in a small town that aren’t women’s/cheap and rubbishy/really overpriced/brown and horrible/too small. Eventually though I did buy a pair and there the 3rd Bi-Monthly New Shoe Ceremony will be online tomorrow.
Secondly was some stationary supplies such as pencils, pad, ruler, protractor and rubbers, all of which are things I feel I constantly need but never have. Until now. I also bought a new fountain pen which is awesome. I like writing in fountain pen, especially in black ink, there’s something about the way the pen rolls across the page which is almost magical. I am getting far too over-excited about stationary here, how silly.
Geology. We revised corals and realised they are not actually as complicated as we thought they were. Thank goodness for that.
History. We looked at our weak point of the topic which is economic gain but with any luck we should now be able to answer questions on it if necessary. That’s should.
Tomorrow is going to be quite a sad day as it is the day Year 12 go on study leave and therefore the last day spent with some of the people that should be in our year but had to stay back a year for various reasons so I won’t see much of Paul or Marcus anymore. Having said that it’s Marcus’ 18th on Saturday so I’ll see him so I will be spending as much time with Paul tomorrow as possible. He’s bringing in cake…