I was sitting on my chair in my room staring at the computer screen. I was reading something about voting for a government thing I was checking out. They were talking about registering to vote because you can and as a citizen of the United States of America, it is your duty and responsibility as a citizen. So now, I am going to register to vote. I feel like it is something I should be a part of. But I'm not sure what political party I fall under. I'm wonder am I a Democrat or a Republican? What if you are a person who agrees with both sides on some things and not on other things? I'm still doing some research(which would be a lot easier if government people knew how to talk in everyday language and explain things in that manner) and trying to figure out where I want my vote to count.
So yesterday or rather last night, I started reading Banana Splitsville. The author of the book is Catherine Clark. She has written a lot of novels and all together I think she has like nine or ten youth adult books. I think this book would be classified as a romance comedy genre. It is written like a journal or a diary kept by Courtney Smith. Shh, I won't be giving away anymore of the story. You'll just have to read it to find out what happens next.
I decided I am going to sign up to volunteer at the Riverdale Branch Library. I figure I should help out some more and get out of the house. I also think since I won't be able to volunteer with animals then books will just have to be the next best thing. I love books so I guess I could learn to love the library. I still have an issue with borrowing books but I'm sure I could volunteer at the library and help other people with their bookworm needs.
I'm done blabbing on about today. Tomorrow holds a whole knew story. So I'll talk to you all soon.
P.S. The Hello of the Day is in Estonian.