For those of you laughing or thinking that homework and health are totally irrelevant to each other, youâ€™ve obviously never heard the story of Jack and Rufus, Wellâ€¦ I guess I better tell it then.
Jack and Rufus were two completely opposite children, Jack on one side, was a good kid, he scored well in school, belonged to all the â€œspecialâ€ organizations the school offered, to be precise, the chess club, and the band, oh, and jack always did his homework. Now Rufus on the other hand, wasnâ€™t Jack, (pun intended), his special activities included playing outside, hanging with friends, and definitely NOT doing his homeworkâ€¦ Rufus was a stupid kid, and itâ€™s quite ironic that Rufus rhymes with dufus even though Rufus is the dufus heâ€™s claimed to be, but and anyways back to the story.
Monday afternoon, Jack was home, with only homework on his mind, even more then he was used to. That same afternoon, Rufus was playing outside, getting some fresh airâ€¦laughing about just one of the many pranks he had pulled, earlier on that day, if you asked Rufus if he had any homework to do, he would probably look you straight in the eye, not having a clue what you meant.
Tuesday afternoon, Jack was still swamped with homework, English and history essays due tomorrow. Rufus? He and his friends had arranged a baseball game down at the park until suppertime. Having all this homework was already starting to get to Jack, he had been working so hard to meet his, and his parentâ€™s expectations, he hoped that tomorrow wouldnâ€™t be as bad as today.
Wednesday was not what Jack had hoped for, because he was president of the chess club, and he had forgotten that he had to organize a tournament for the next day; he needed to make a posters and make sure all the players were notified. So, yet again, another long night for Jack. All this stress of getting his homework done was starting to tak