Hi humans. Today is the last day of my spring break, so I decided it would be a good day to recap all the mediocre things I did during break. Last Friday, on March 30, my parents came to pick me up from Madison and drive me back home to Illinois. They came shortly after my last class ended, so I didn’t have much time to do anything in Madison before leaving. Upon arriving back at home, I went to my martial arts academy for a little while for the first time since winter break. For the remainder of the night, I helped my mom out at the family business (which is a laundromat, for those of you not already aware), came back home, wrote the blog post that was published that day about frequently asked questions regarding my competitive Tetris live stream, then went to sleep. The following day, I went to the mysterious place that I mentioned this past summer (and possibly this past winter, I don’t remember). Here is another mysterious picture from this mysterious location so you can be even more confused. No, this is not where I live, and yes, this is the same place where I was doing some construction work over this past summer. An unfortunate piece of news for a lot of you will be that I spent the second April Fool’s day in a row not doing an elaborate April Fool’s joke. My April Fool’s joke from 2010 was a pretty big hit on my website, and a lot of people enjoyed it. They were hoping that I would do something like this again, but unfortunately, I just haven’t had the extra time and effort to spend on planning out another joke like this, and putting together all the resources. However, if you want to check out the joke that I did back in 2010, you can read my blog post from April 1, 2010. The following day, I went to see my doctor to get a general blood test to make sure I’m healthy, and visited the optometrist to see if I needed a significantly newer prescription. A few days after my test, I got my results back to see that I got healthier in the past year, and to see that my metabolism is still insanely overactive. The optometrist did some more of those confusing "which one is better, this one or this one?" tests which I can never answer correctly because he does it so fast and because most of my options are the same. Shortly afterward, he put some drops in my eyes that dilated my pupils so much that I could barely walk outside without being completely blinded by the sun. He ended up concluding that my eyes have gotten negligibly worse in the past six years, and that getting new glasses was optional. The remainder of my week has been less eventful, spending most of my time sitting around at the family business programming and coding, watching YouTube videos, playing some League of Legends, and chatting online. I also got back on a four-day intensive taekwondo session like I usually do when I’m back at home during my academic breaks. That’s pretty much all I have for today; now I have to get back into my academic and Badger Herald work phase.