Well, I guess I just miss my computer. I'm here at the Missouri Scholars Academy for 3 weeks, living in unused college dorms and going to a major (3 hours a day) and a minor (2 hours a day) almost daily. This is quite a chunk out of my summer, but seeing as I'm one of 330 sophomores representing 65,000 here in Missouri (maybe Misery), I guess it's kind of an honor. No bragging is intended. But I'm 150 miles away from home, with no real friends and no family. I have no real privacy, and no access to a decent gaming rig or dvd/cd burner. I've just got a little whining left: the mattresses suck! I get 3 hours of decent sleep a night, and lately I've been sleeping through breakfast. Not good, lol. To be honest, it wouldn't be so bad if the activities here were voluntary (square dancing and boring lectures) and if the teachers weren't as boring. Also, I have a stupid one-hour-a-day class call PSD, or Personal and Social Dynamics, which is supposed to help me to understand my gifts and my responsibility to the world, etc. It's a litte too touchy/feely. I think I just narrowed the problem down to one: way too f***in' social. Oh, and "HI MOM!"