Well. Ok. I guess it's probably not that bad, but today left me in a pretty bad mood.
Everything starts gets bad during Latin today, when all of a sudden, my computer freezes and breaks down. Since my laptop basically is my life, and my study guide for all of my finals are on there, I was kind of screwed. Next, our teacher tells us theres a big stage test on Wednesday, which, mind you, usually takes me a full week to study for. And The worse part is, I can't even study for it tomorrow because I won't be home until 9 for track
That was all pretty crappy. And then I get to practice, and my shins are ready to fall off. I'm kind of stubbornly stupid so I just keep running like nothing's wrong until my coach sees me and tells me to stop running before I kill myself. So I end up just sitting out all of practice which is kind of my least favorite thing ever. My coach tells me to see the trainer (who sucks, btw) and I go up to talk to him. Now to give you a little bit of insight on our school's wonderful (note sarcasm) athletic trainer: 1. he hates working with injured people 2. He's cynical and has a twisted, and nasty sense of humore 3. He's full of himself 4. He ALWAYS complains about track being a babysitting sport blah blah blah and 5. he's just an overall Jackass.
So I tell him that my shins are hurting and he, being the amazing person he is, responds, "Yeah, I saw you running. It was pretty bad. You should quit track."
AHAHAH. WHAT. DID. YOU. JUST. SAY.
Hello Mr. Trainer, I know you're saying this to avoid having to take care of another injured person, but let me get this straight. I will never
quit track, even if my shins fall off my legs, and I will never
come to you for any medical insite. Never.
Yeah. Yup. Yeaaaap. That was pretty much my day! Good news though: I fixed my laptop in the end, and my shins are a lot better. Which is actually really really good because tomorrow is the County meet and I'm running my first 400!
Anyway, I'm really sorry for dumping all of my personal problems on you
Thank you for being such a great watcher