free web tracker soliloquies: 06/13/2004 - 06/20/2004


so・lil・o・quy/- n. [C,U] a speech in a play in which a character talks to himself or herself, so that the audience know the character's thoughts.

Saturday, June 19, 2004

let's make a prediction, shall we?

I have been studying mathmatics for the past 2 hours and I've been able to solve...let me see...yes, 14 problems. I wonder how long am I taking to solve a single "level B" differential problem? If I do the math correctly, the answer would be 120 minutes/14...actually, I wouldn't want to know. It would probably make me depair. :-( The pic I posted above with this post is the screensaver I am currently using for my PC. What do you think? lol

Well anyway, we have 9 more days left until the end-term exams. There probably are 2 opinions to this fact; "there's STILL 9 more days left" and "there's ONLY 9 more days left". Obviously, I am really on the ragged edge, meaning I prefer the latter opinion for myself. There are 13 subjects to this exam, which are Japanese, Politics-Economy, Japanese History a, Japanese History b, English Reading, English Writing, Oral English, Music, Math III a, Math III b, Ethics A, French AND Chemistry. I am pretty sure that all of the teachers in Keio SFC are murderers, trying to kill all of their students.

Luckily, I have been able to study in advance of everyone else..I think. Up to date, I have finished solving all of the chemistry problems and the most of the specified math problems. Also, I have completed all of the assignments that are due this week as well; website, mun chronicle, lyrics analysis, the notecards and yes, of course, the BLOOOOOOG. From these facts, I would like to predict that I will receive fantastic scores on all of those "student killing" subjects. I hope this prediction would realize, I mean it WILL!!!!! lol Better get back to work. See you around!

Monday, June 14, 2004

selamat siang, bali!

It's been almost two weeks since we came back from Hokkaido...time flies, doesn't it? Just as when I was getting chilled from the excitement of the school trip, a great news came into me today!

Today, my parents revealed my family's summer vacation itinerary to me. According to the plan, we are flying down to Bali, Indonesia in August and staying there for a week. This sounds really fresh to me. Why? It's because this trip is going to be our first visit to non-European/American nation and it will also be our first visit to the Southern Hemisphere, crossing the equator. lol

The main objective of this trip also differs from the conventional travels we've done in the past, as our lifestyles changed over the past few years. We used to visit locations in Europe and the United States mainly for sightseeing and shopping, but this time we are supposedly visiting Bali to "do nothing".

Not that I know of how other families are, but I assume that our family is the one of the "most" busiest...sorry for my redundancy, but we are! My father is outside the Tokyo region 24/7, inland or abroad on business trips, my mother is working, housekeeping and doing various social activities, and my sister is on the basketball team of her school, making her play away every weekend. Therefore, my family lack the leisure and leeway we need to continue on.

I am hoping this trip to the southern paradise will give us enough refreshment to my family. I, on the other hand, am going to have to finish an appropriate amount of the theses, both Japanese and English in advance of this...I better start working hard!