Within the next seventeen days I have eleven scholarship essays due: four in eight days, two in twelve days, three the day after that, and two more the day after that. I'm unlikely to get any of them, of course (very possibly one), but it's worth a shot. A thousand dollars is nothing to sneeze at.
I have a 14-page outline due tomorrow, which I haven't started. Another one is due on Tuesday. A massive 10-page intensive research paper had to be started two days ago (a thesis and outline had to be turned in), but I haven't even selected my topic yet because the teacher hasn't been in for a long time and I have no idea what to do for it. I also have to do a project on a Nobel Prize-winning author, but I haven't done anything more than glance at the rubric for that. We're reading Hamlet, which I've been looking forward to all year, but this may have to be my first ever Sparknoted book because I haven't any time to read.
I'm getting 20-minute assignments in AP Statistics and 45-minute assignments in Honors Pre-Calc nearly every day. I have to prepare for two sessions in the Model UN, which meets next Tuesday and Thursday after school, and am one of the chief editors for the school magazine, which does the most work in March. This means I have to stay after school on Monday and Friday to work. I'm also scheduled to do an event for National Honors Society fairly soon (no date on that yet), and my comedy troupe is going to have four several-hour practices over the next two weekends, in preparation for a performance on the 20th.
I'm also going to youth group, Bible study, and church. On top of this, I somehow still have a social life outside scheduled events; I'm going into Boston with my friend to celebrate his birthday in a couple of days.
This is madness. I have no time to moderate or even post right now. I'm fairly happy, though.