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Reset switch
Test switch
Feet power cord
GFCI safery plug with with 7ft power card
Mounting bracket included for quick installation
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Is it over yet? 97/365
Can I come out now?? Exam schedule: 4th May: English Paper 1 (2 hours) 5th May: History Paper 1 (1hour 15mins) and History Paper 2 (1hour and 30mins) 6th May: History Paper 3 (2hours and 30minutes), Ecosystems Paper 1 (45mins), Ecosystems Paper 2 (1hour and 30mins) 7th May: Ecosystems Paper 3 (1hour and 30mins), Maths Paper 1 (1hour and 30mins) 8th May: Maths Paper 2 (1hour and 30mins). && that's just this week. Saturday: I revised Ecosystems when I got up at 9am, all the way until 3pm when I met Hannah & my maths teacher at Lower School. We had an extra lesson until 5.30pm!! && then our maths teacher drove us to Hannah's house, & Hannah got some revision notes & money, & went to spar to buy energy drinks. On the walk back to school we saw my Dad & he picked us up & drove us the rest of the way. Then Hannah revised History from my notes, while I did Ecosystems. She stayed until like 9pm && spent the last 30mins flicking through heat trying to find Robert Pattinson's head hidden among the magazine pages so we could enter into a competition involving New Moon. Yeah, yeah, I know, it's a one in a million chance, but nothing ventured: nothing gained. =p Hannah found 2, then I found 2. && then we watched a scene in the movie several times to answer the other question needed to enter the competition, which is what was Carlisle cutting in the kitchen. So we spent a while figuring that out. When Hannah was back home she text me with a possible answer, so we deliberated over that for a while. =) I was determined to finish the Ecosystems syllabus that evening so I had to stay up til 1am to do so, but at least it was done. Sunday: I got up at like 9am again && started re-revising History. My Mom baked cupcakes (to cheer me up while revising!) so we ate some of them. && I just spent the day revising. My memory doesn't stretch back that far. I'm not sure what I did really. Monday: First exam!! English. The poem I chose to analysis was called "Fish" by Keki Daruwala. I can't find it online, otherwise I'd link it. I interpreted it to be about the ambiguous nature of the sea, whereas Hannah wrote that it was about rape. I just googled it & it's about ecology in general. Meh. I think I did quite well. Then Hannah & I went back to my house to revise History. We ate cookies & cupcakes too. & revised all the way til 5.30pm. Tuesday: Hannah came over at 8.30am to start revising for our 2 History papers that were in the afternoon. When one of our History teachers went on maternity leave we basically weren't taught anything about World War Two. I'd done some for GCSE, but I hardly remembered it, & the rest of the class hadn't done anything on it (German syllabus is different). Then our other teacher didn't teach us anything about Mussolini (he told us we wouldn't need to know anything about him) & we spent 3 weeks on Lenin. That's all. So we were panic revising, trying to learn all we could. When we were given past exam papers to look over, we saw that Mussolini came up quite a lot, so they gave us an hour lesson on him, & then some sheets of info on him. We've had 2 years FFS!! I went into the exam saying that if Mussolini, Lenin, WW2, or detente came up, I would not be able to do it. Detente I just suck at. I'm much better at the Cuban missile crisis or Vietnam. So imagine my horror that the first exam was on detente, & the second paper Lenin, Mussolini, & WW2. I was so freaked. I answered a question that allowed me to talk about Hitler & Lenin, so I focused mostly on Hitler, & then a question which let me mostly talk about the League of Nations in the 1920s. But it was not good. Hannah & I were so angry about that paper. Our teachers will never admit that they didn't teach us half the syllabus, but it's not fair. At all. I tried to revise but I just started panicking & crying because I was so angry at myself. My parents tried to get me to calm down, but eventually my Mom took me out for a drink for half an hour. It calmed me down a little. I wanted to be able to say what I was worried about, & which bits I was bad at, but my parents wouldn't let me. I just needed to be able to accept it. Wednesday: My 3rd History paper was awesome, (kinda). I wrote about Hitler & Stalin's repressive policies, the causes of WW1 (which is so easy it's a GCSE question), & then about the causes and results of economic problems from 1919-1939 in one European country (I chose Germany). Then I panic revised for Ecosystems, && ate a chocolately muffin that Amber gave us. Because my History paper had been so bad the day before I'd spent all that night just revising History. Gah. The first Ecosystems paper was fine. It's multiple choice & really easy. The second one was one of those "Oh fuck" moments. To maxi
First sole-assembled piece of furniture!
First sole-assembled piece of furniture!
Other than certain Barbie houses, of course, but I was twelve and had my father's help. I bought this online because it was cheap and blue (there are some blue things in my room...not really the best rational) and it took me FOREVER to put together, but I did it and I feel very handy and accomplished because it actually looks kinda good. Now I can push my bed against the wall and there is more room for the floor lamp. Hurrah for being an adult sometimes!

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