Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Well, I'm back to school and actually enjoying it. I go to UCMST (a math/science center) for half of my day, and go to Heritage the other half. MST is a lot of fun and quite a challenge, and I don't like going back to Heritage except for English. My history class is boring with Mr. McCloud, and band isn't challenging at all this year yet.
I also went to Frankenmuth this past Saturday and had fun there.
Chris

Sunday, August 07, 2005

I went to the Sterlingfest Friday. I hung out with a lot of people, and I had a lot fun. It was awesome. I also went to the Tiger game last night and stayed up to 5 a.m.
I've been doing a lot of thinking lately. Why are we on the Earth? What's the purpose? What created us if anything?
I also got my MST papers yesterday. I already have homework (homework due the first day). I'm excited to go to MST! School will be much more fun next year. I plan to work very hard next year. I'll work hard and use the all of the brains I have I plan to succeed, so I will get into a college after my senior year in high school. Hopefully, MST will be fun. I also will like band and English, but history will probably be boring (I've already read about most of the history of the U.S, and I plan to continue that.)
I started a book called A Short History of Nearly Everything which I plan to finish along with many other books wihtin the next week.
That's all for now,
Chris

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

I worked today. It was ok (terribly boring especially with the hot sun) . Tomorrow I'm going to a college class about The Beatles with my dad (just to see the set-up of college classes). I'll also go to John King's Bookstore then.

Tuesday, August 02, 2005

I went on a specialty tour at the Edsel Ford House in Grosse Pointe Shores today. It was a little bit interesting, but it was mostly boring. The weather was way too hot, so it made it terrible. I ate Thai food after, and I might go see Charlie and the Chocolate Factory again tonight.

Monday, August 01, 2005

Hey, everyone! I am Chris, and I enjoy a wide variety of interests. They include: reading, writing, history (American and world), anthropology, politics, architecture, the paranormal, The Twilight Zone, The X-Files, Disney, and psychology among other interests.
Today was not very interesting, but I think tomorrow will be; I will visit the attic and basement of the Edsel Ford House which will be fairly interesting. In other news, this summer is fun. I went to the Fanfest, Home Run Derby, and All-Star Game for Major League Baseball in the same weekend; I had a lot of fun.
Last week, I purchased an iPod. It is much easier to carry around an iPod than headphones and a CD player, and I've been downloading a variety of CDs into my iPod. That's all for now.-CDZ