Jake´s frontal lobe has received information that school is over, and made the decision to walk home. Jake´s basal ganglia system helped him recall the repetition of the walk home, making it very easy to go through the motions of walking home, without full concentration.
Jake remembers that it is his sister´s birthday. Jake´s prefrontal cortex is responsible for helping him remember long term memories, and Jake´s frontal lobe acts on this information, as he wishes his sister a happy birthday.
Jake´s hypothalamus conveys the feeling of hunger to the frontal lobes, and so Jake finds himself in the kitchen, prepared to raid the fridge.
Jake is bored, so he decides to watch TV. Jake´s occipital lobe helps process the images on TV, and his temporal lobe helps him feel emotion about what is on the TV, such as if its a funny show.
Jake realizes that it is getting late, and his prefrontal cortex kicks into action. The prefrontal cortex helps Jake go through the motions to get ready to sleep, such as showering and brushing his teeth.
Finally Jake is ready for sleep. However, Jake has been diagnosed with insomnia, which is a result of a weakened connection in Jake´s thalamus, which is responsible for sleep and consciousness. Therefore, Jake takes melatonin, which helps him get a good rest, so he can function properly in the morning.