Alan T. Fitch
My personal multi-daily diary
Hello, for the final time today. As I am going to bed after writing this entry.
I cooked dinner for everyone around 17:57PM, I made myself three turkey drumsticks, and some 'smiley chips' (as I think they're called). Mum had two chicken and garlic kieves, with some 'smiley chips', and Mark had two steak pies and some onion rings. While they were cooking in the oven, I read 'An Ordinary Man: The True Story Behind 'Hotel Rwanda''. I won't explain it now, but if I remember (or someone reminds me tomorrow), I will make a entry of it with my next entry tomorrow. For now, though, I will tell you that it is about a man named Paul Rusesabagina (1954 - present) who sheltered 1,268 refugees during a genocide.
I found out that the school I go to is closed tomorrow. I heard Mark say 'It's only a bit of snow. Other countries get more snow than this, and they can cope...' I think it is the fact that the UK rarely gets snow, and that we are now (apparently) being told to avoid driving whenever we can.
I have been so bored today; time has gone really slowly. Yet I just remembered that I could've got some optional paperwork done for my GCSE's. Oh wow, why didn't I think of that earlier?
I am making a website using 'SimpleSite.com'. It is a website builder. I was making a website using it, but wanted to delete it so I could try again, but I have forgotten my password, so I just left it and used another account to make a new website. I might explain it another time, as I have only just started it a couple hours ago.
Okay, that is all for my entry. Good night!