Was really in my study zone today, I had music playing to make the day go a bit quicker but it was on so lightly that the wind could probably drown out the music. My brother put a load of washing on and the laundry is like, right next to my room. So I turned the music up over that annoying sound, was still studying strong. Then out of all the people on the planet, my mum texted me about a Yellowcard song. I’m so damn excited for their album that I pretty much drop everything to listen to them, now was no exception.
Can you get your flipcam and upload the video from last night of me explaining ‘ends meet’ I need it for lulz.
Der oder, der a der. Der oder der (Der, der der). Der; oder duuur deerr.
It’s so weird that right now I’m laying in bed, thinking about school and the 13 year journey it has been. I find it humbling yet somewhat terrifying that this chapter of life is now coming to an end. I know school has been my safety net from the real world and I know that after tomorrow our true evolution into our own lives begins. I personally think that in between the class parties that we have organised for tomorrow that the hardest part will be letting go. This isn’t I’m going on school holidays, this is saying goodbye to the people we have grown up with, the teachers who have turned out to be friends and mentors instead of actual teachers.
I can remember my first day of Year 11 and first period was Economics with Mr Butler, we passed monopoly money around and got our first taste of senior school and it feels like only yesterday that happened. It’s only fitting that tomorrow I’ll end with the same class. It’ll be weird walking out of Economics tomorrow as the tight knit group that class has formed since Year 11 is something that I truly appreciate and then it will all of a sudden be gone.
I think the point of me writing this is to echo what my father and a lot of other parents tell their children, that your time at school is the best time of your life. I think it will be hard for a lot of people to disagree with that thought, as school has brought out the best in all of us and brought us all together.
Even though there have been plenty of ups and downs, I think it has got to the point where we can appreciate what we have done for each other as well as what we have achieved for ourselves. I can honestly say I wouldn’t be the person I am today without the influence of the people I have surrounded myself with and I’d like to say thank you to everyone just for being around. I’ve loved my time at school and It wouldn’t have been the same without you all.
3rd - Nottingham Rock City
4th - Birmingham O2 Academy
5th - Newport Centre
6th - Liverpool University
7th - Leeds O2 Academy
9th - Glasgow Barrowlands
10th - Newcastle O2 Academy
11th - Manchester Apollo
12th - London Brixton O2 Academy
If this tour came to Australia Yellowcard better headline.
Finished in overall 2nd Place in the regular competition. Finished 5th in the finals. As much as we didn’t live up to
our my expectations, it was still an overall good season achieving our best results since 2004. The confidence the team gained from this year can only lead to a more successful season in 2011 that I cannot wait to be a part of. Growing up football and the Penrith Panthers have been my only constant passion and becoming a member and season ticket holder this year has been one of the best things I’ve been a part of. Even though we didn’t get the best results, I’m still happy with the overall effort. :)
So I was watching True Blood online, up to the last 5 minutes of the season 3 finale, and then MegaVideo says I’ve already watched 72 minutes of their videos today, and that I have to wait 54 minutes before I can watch anymore.
How to solve that problem in the future
- When you are coming close to the 72 minutes open what you want to watch
- let it buffer to 100% don’t watch any of it
- change net setting to work offline
- Watch yo vidz.