Today I spent seven straight hours doing math homework. My brain is just about dead. I didn't even get all of it finished, so tomorrow I get to spend my three hour break between classes finishing it. Fun. Tomorrow I have to take the PFD (Phyical Fitness Diagnostic Test) for ROTC. I am really not looking forward to it. It consists of a 1.5 mile run, 1 minute of sit-ups, and 1 minute of push-ups. Its just to let you know about what you'll get on the actuall PFT (Physical Fitness Test) but they still keep a record of it. You need to get a 75/100 points to pass and I really hope I can do it. I'm pretty sure I can, but I'm still worried about it because if you don't pass it, then you don't get your money. The actual test is next week, so it seems kinda silly to have the practice only one week before, because that really doesn't give you enough time to improve anything. The part about it I especially don't like is waking up at 5:00 in the morning to do it. I really don't understand why the military has to do things so freaking early. I hate it! I would also like to mention that my roommate knows absolutely nothing about music. I was playing "We're Not Gonna Take It" by Twisted Sister on my guitar, and she thought it was Christmas music. She then proceded to sing through different Christmas songs, trying to figure out which one it was.