Busy, busy, busy . .
Busy, busy, busy . . .
I thought today would be incredibly stressful, but it wasn't - I managed. Cool.
My English orals were quite strange. I was studying last night, and when I got to the scene in Henry IV when Hal pretends to be the king and banishes Falstaff, I had a weird premonition that that scene would be my oral selection. Of course, I studied everything, but it was such a weird feeling that I got about that scene. So, I told Adele about it this morning before the orals, and I told Ms. Lord about it right before she handed me the passage.
I wouldn't be telling you about this if it wasn't the same passage I had the premonition about. It was the weirdest thing. I really can't think of a better way to describe it.
I should go buy a lottery ticket.
In other news:
I am almost finished with my second TOK paper. It explains my personal belief that there is no truth. Of course, I can't prove that there is no truth, because then it would be a truthful conclusion, so you'll just have to take it on faith - there is no truth. But that means that everything I'm saying to you is a lie, so there is truth. Got it?
My point exactly.