In other news, we invited one of the new teachers over for dinner. She's really cool, I am excited that I may have a new friend. YAY FRIENDS.
My eyes are burning so I think I'm going to lie down.
Incidentally, do you know the difference between lie and lay and when you are supposed to use them? Correct me if I'm wrong, but I am pretty sure it goes like this: you use "to lay" when you have a direct object; i.e. you lay something down. "I laid down a pencil." And the tenses of to lay are lay, laid, laying, lays.
You use "to lie" when there is no object (it's an intransitive verb, the subject of the sentence is the one doing the lying). For instance "I lie down at night." The funny thing is that the past tense of "to lie" is lay, as in "I lay on a hammock." So when you use lay, if you are talking about yourself, you have to be talking in the past tense, or you have to say "lay myself." I remember it from the children's prayer, "Now I lay me down to sleep." It's present tense so it has to have an object.
I'm really tired. Can you tell? Can you also tell that I used to love diagramming sentences in grade school?