I did a little math.
Math, you ask? Yes. I calcutlated some averages. Now, it wasn't easy, I'll admit, getting to where I am today, mathematically.
In highschool my Algebra II teacher, Mrs. Patton, told me, "Cory, you have like, an F+ in my class. It is a week before school is going to be out. To pass my class you must pass the final."
"Alright, Mrs. Patton! I'll do it! I'll do it!" quoth I.
I set about to make the best grade of my life. Yes, I'd hardly passed Geometry; yes, I'd nearly failed Algerba I; yes I actually did fail Chemistry [Professor says, "Cory, you've got like, an F-zero in my class. You will not pass." But you know what! ...I sure showed him or not! And I took Driver's Ed. the next semester.]
BUT this, this Algebra II and the important grade would be different.
I worked and worked. I studied. I got help. I did everything in my power. I took the test. Easy, easy test. I easily must've made like, an A+ on it.
The next day or whatever I went and checked the test score sheet outside Mrs. Patton's office. There, in plain black and white, was my name, and my grade: 50%
I was in a sweat for a day or two, then I got my report card.
Algebra II: C-
Who knew? I do love math after all.
Anyway, enough of that-- on to the good stuff.
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I checked my this morning and figured that yesterday I had over 7 times as many visitors I usually have and over 10 times my weekly new visitors. This is an encouraging development for a pretty new blogger.
So thank you all very much for your support. I really appreciate.
PS-- To thank you all once again, there is a secret link to a wonderful place hidden within the text somewhere.
I'm curious if any one has found it yet. It seemed appropriate at the time.