I know what you mean . . . when I was in college I used to dream about math quite often. Sigh! It's a sign that life is getting a little out of balance. But you should be seeing a light at the end of the tunnel, right? Good luck with the rest of the exams!
I also know what you mean... when I was in high school I used to dream about chemistry quite often (and frankly, I still may to this day). Sigh! Ashley, life is getting a little out of balance. However, you can see the light at the end of the tunnel. Good luck on the AP English test on Wednesday. Also, if you life is a physics problem, just know this. Everything is conserved in a system - energy, liner momentum, and angular momentum. So everything goes back to normal.... Congratulations! You have reached equilibria.
mason liu. you're a crack up! =0) unfortunately for the test we weren't married, but i can't wait until the day when you marry my bestest bud. ha ha ha. you're great! OH- this was the comment you were talking about!! it wasn't on there when i looked yesterday. ha ha ha. that's why i was so confused...
Mason, are you making fun of me??? Nice. Mocking your favorite former teacher! And what is this talk about marriage? Hey, when the time comes don't forget to send me an announcement . . . I'll give you a protractor for a wedding present.
ha ha ha. no worries mrs. monks! i won't be married for a while! mason and i were just planning on marrying for the ap test so i could sit by him...ha ha ha. but i'm excited for my protractor one day! =0)
Yes. Sadly enough, it is true. Just to sit by me while taking the Physics AP exam was the only reason why Ashley wanted to marry me. Fortunately, we sat on opposite sides of the room. Ha ha ha.And Mrs. Monks, may I have something other than a protractor? I already have one. However, I am in dire need of some graphing paper. The stores only sell paper with blue Y-axis lines with something about helping you in "college" or in "wide" life. I guess they don't have the capabilities to print graphing paper with both the X- and Y-axies.
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