I have a summer math assignment for Algebra II. Still haven't done it, though, and I technically don't have to, since I'm not going to the high school it's from. My new high school probably has a math packet that they give us like a week before school starts, during freshman orientation, but I can't make it to that. So I'm safe. Although . . . since my parents want me to get an ROTC scholarship (basically, if you get one, by getting really good grades, the Air Force pays for your college tuition and after college you have to serve five years in the Air Force) and serve in the military, I should probably do the packet anyway so I do well in Algebra II. I'm tired of struggling with math, honestly. I need to practice more. Not for school. I don't do anything for school. For my own gain; I'm okay with serving in the military, because you basically travel for free - I want to go to South Korea because the Kukkiwon is there and so many other taekwondo things!
Anyway, as far as summer reading, I haven't read a single book this summer. I write books, I don't read them. Once I finished Young Samurai, there wasn't anything left to read, except for nonfiction taekwondo books (the ones with more than 100 pages, not the ones you find in the children's section at the library), which I read for training purposes.