Wednesday, October 22, 2008

school keyboards don't have good spacebars

This article is ridiculous.

"Only the Hufflepuffs are totally loyal to Harry, the Gryffindors are already moving on to other things, the Slytherins never really liked him anyway and the Ravenclaws are too busy writing their own fan fiction or posting spoof videos on YouTube."

I am a Hufflepuff. Or, maybe a Gryffinpuff. Or a Huffledor. This was decided a LOOOONNNGGG time ago. So why is it that the article said I take the tales at a slow, steady and systematic pace and enjoy re-reading the books over and over? I read the books really fast, still taking everything in, obviously, but SLOW, STEADY AND SYSTEMATIC PACE? Uhh, hello? It's ME. Apparently 'Gryffindor' readers are eager and energetic and will devour the latest Potter book in one sitting, but quickly move on to new things. Yeah, well that's me. I read fast, and in one sitting. There isn't really any other way, unless I'm hungry. But, moving onto new things? It's not like all I read is Harry Potter. That would be a stupid choice. There is SO much out there. But I haven't moved on. I listen to "The End of an Era" by Oliver Boyd and the Rememberalls, and it gives me goosebumps everytime. It also makes me emotional. Kind of weird, but true. All in all, this article just doesn't make sense.

So, I was talking to my mom over dinner the other day(chicken caeser salad, fries, pita) and we were discussing names. I really don't know how we got onto the topic, but I already knew a lot about it. I knew that if I was a guy, I'd probably be Evan or something of the sort. My mom then told me that she was considering:

HOW FRICKEN AWESOME IS THAT?! If I had kids, they could be called the "children of eden". I think I've gone overboard with this awesome name. But seriously, it's pretty sweeeeeeet.

my charisma is screaming
because that makes sense.

I am a pretty good kid. I don't do drugs or smoke or drink(unless you count sparkling juice?) and I don't go and have sex in dark dingy places(or bright, clean places). I'm a good kid. That's not to say that I don't yell, I don't talk bad about people sometimes, because I do. For someone to say they don't talk bad about anyone..well, I haven't met anyone like that yet. But, back to me. I'm a pretty good kid when I think about it. I usually do my homework and I get average marks(don't talk to me about math, okay?). I don't dress like a tramp(although..)and I don't take pictures of myself making out with a guy or a girl. Not that it's necessarily a bad thing to do so. I don't like to skip class. If I'm a couple minutes late, I don't sweat it. It doesn't really matter to me, as long as I don't miss a large portion of the class. I always hang around the drama room at break before my computer class. The clocks in my school have MAJOR ISSUES and none of them match. The one in my geo class is 5 minutes ahead, and the one in the drama room is a couple minutes late. I come to computer class according to the drama room clock. At that time, there are still students in the hallways getting to their classrooms, but it isn't crowded. Today, I was in the drama room and the teacher finally said that class was beginning, so I walked out of the class with P and M. We all had classes upstairs, and P didn't have to go to his because he was done all of his work already. M had to go, but he really didn't want to, and I really didn't care. I didn't WANT to come to class, but I knew I had to. I would feel bad if I missed it. I know, lame, but that's just the kind of person I am. In computer class, we are currently making flash animations. Mine is getting to be quite long, and I knew that if I missed today, I would still be ahead of everyone else. I still didn't want to skip class. I started to walk up the stairs but M stopped me and it took me a few minutes to get to class after that. It was fun though. I got to class, and my teacher said, "It's about time," but then another student walked in right behind me, and then my teacher left the class. He didn't come back for a while. He normally just leaves us to do our work. M wanted to come to my class, but he didn't because he went to get a fudgeicle or something. I haven't had a fudgeicle in a very long time. I have ice cream sandwiches at home, though.

There's someone who is really...pissing me off. Someone who is...grinding my gears! Wow, that was put nicely. I just don't understand how a person could be that way, and not acting like it, actually being like that as a person. To herself. She doesn't act any different at home, at school, out around the city, anything. I don't get it. I hope she doesn't read this blog, because it didn't capture what I want to say to her in anyway. Almost.

Today was the first day in a very long time that I didn't have to stay after school for something. It's a long weekend too. It's going to be a fun filled weekend, I just know it! I have to plan out all of my outfits! Of course, I never will and I will leave it to the last minute and just pull something on. But that's my style, yenno?

Sorry that I haven't made a post in a few days. Truthfully, I haven't even been on the computer much, if you know me personally, you know that this is a big surprise. I've just had so much to do that I haven't gotten around to going online.

Flamenco, lambada, but hip-hop is harder
We moonwalk the foxtrot, then polka the salsa
This song made my day today. It took me back.

Have a fabulous weekend, y'all,
From your BFF:

1 comment:

beverley said...

Loved this post! good to see you're back!