Hmm... looking at my journal, there was a lot missing that I thought I wrote... I guess what I really meant for most of what I wrote is what school should be for me. I mean, that everyone should learn what they want to learn... And that that should be the main focus way before college. Even if you don't know exactly what you want to be yet in middle and high school, you know what you like and what you want to learn more about. Yeah, there would still be math, and the things that you need to know, but tons of algebra problems would not be pressed upon people who don't need a ton of algebra. At least, not the ones that understand the concept after one problem and memorize it after five (just because I don't like math doesn't mean I don't understand it...). But the people who are going into the math field and really need to have it ingrained their heads would probably get a bit more... Of course, some of the things I said were general, too... I think. Like I said, I'm a bit confused about what's there and what's not. I want to be a writer, so I put mostly writing and language stuff, or at least prioritized it. The other arts come later because I don't think I'm as good at them, and don't enjoy them as much- and I doubt I'll make a career of them. I'll try and getting around to editing that journal- probably put some more general stuff in between the beginning and what I specifically want to learn. The original thing was a "free-write" (or as close to a free-write as I get- I cannot leave incorrect spelling/grammar or not have punctuation for the life of me), so I probably thought faster than I typed and skipped some of my thoughts. Sorry, Vee... and I do agree with you, mostly.