Monday, January 11, 2010

A Return to School

Today, my county's school system finally dragged us all back into our respective schools and classrooms. 

Except none of the school had electric.

Some schools simply let out, others worked in the dark all day.. But..

My school had lights, which meant we had to stay,  but no heat- and I didn't bother to wear a thick jacket today.. So I was cold for the entire day (in my area of Florida, it's been about forty degrees Fahrenheit outside). It was pleasant, sort of. 

School. I don't even know what to think about it, and it bothers me. I have no opinion of it. None. In fact, I seem to be loosing my opinion on many things (though not all)- and I do not believe that the loss of them shall be beneficial to me. It robs me of passion, drive, and reason. I enjoy my variety of opinion- kept inside when it shall offend and hallowed when I am alone.

Excuse me for this post. I wish, desperately, I had something wonderful or mysterious to write of.. But I do not. It seems my writing of yesteryear (literally, my writing last year) has withered into a meaningless, spineless ball of grammar mistakes.. Sigh..


2 comments:

Marvin the Martian said...

I didn't see any grammar mistakes. ;-)

I'm glad you enjoyed your special, chilly day back at school.

It's perfectly fine not to feel passionate about anything. You will again soon.

VainApocalypse said...

Apathy and sentence fragments are what high school is all about sometimes.