Putting it Simply

Monday, October 31, 2005

Happy Halloween!!

Happy Halloween everyone! We are going to "Halloween-o" tonight, and I'm meeting two of my friends there at 6:30. I just got home from school not to long ago. We went to homeroom at the end of the day to get a small bag of candy. I got extra from CanCan coz' she can't eat the chocolates (she's vegan) but, my teeth can't take the heavy stuff so I quit. Not much else to post so I will talk to ya lata!

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Friends

Here's some nicknames you might have heard on my posts. Well I know it's confusing but I don't put peoples real names on my blog. Names like, Veggie, CanCan, Pineapple, JC and Eemy (E-me) are the nicknames of my friends. TTYL!

Oh ya and my fav. Archive is the September 2004 issue. I was reviewing some old months in our archives and I really liked this one. I was interested in the posts! I should do more posts like this. I especially liked "Lice and other school issues" It just sounded really cool, that's all for now ttyl.

Shopping List 2

  1. CANDY
  2. Dried Fruit
  3. Ice (we have some though)
  4. Ken's Greek Salad Dressing
  5. Something to do on blogger

Templates and Chats...

I'm getting tired of my template already. It's sortof loud and boring at the same time. So I will change it Tuesday or so. Maybe for thanksgiving. Haven't decided yet.

I've been chatting all morning with my friend Veggie. We made plans to meet up at Halloweeno tomorrow. It's this event at the river. They have candy, campfire story telling, a play, and a pinata along with other stuff when you walk around. It's in this nature park and they have a mill and old buildings etc. We go every year almost. I hope we go to the store today. I'm having candy withdrawls. Everyyear we have some at least a week in advance, but there isn't! I am VERY Frustrated. So hopefully we will get some. I gottsta go now coz we are going to go see our cousins. Bye!!!

Saturday, October 29, 2005

Shopping List

I think this will be a new and permanent installment on this blog, by me posting an occasional shopping list, either improvised, real, or dreamed.

  1. MP3's
  2. Jeans
  3. Undies
  4. Tshirts
  5. A reallllly nice sweater
  6. Those shoes that dont have a back and look contemporary amish
  7. Pomegranate and some watermelon
  8. Other fruit
  9. PERSIAN FOODS
  10. My grandma
  11. A Pick
  12. Guitar Sheet music
  13. A good book
  14. A babysitting gig
  15. A outting with a good friend

Book Review

I am almost finished with this book, "The year of Secret Assignments" by Jaclyn Moriarty. It's really good. I got it at the used book store near our house. I started on Thurday night and am almost done. It's actually funny. The whole book is made up of notes, letters and emails sent between these three best friends and their penpals. I recommend it to ANYONE, seriously. I would right more but I spent to much time on my prev. post. Bye!!

Cheerios

This morining so far, I've just been snacking on Cheerios. I'm really bored, and I'm tempted to call all of the people in my address book and blab about absolutely nothing. I'm waiting expectantly to see if someone will come online. Dad took the car today so we are stuck within, since everyone else is to lazy to get up and go go. I'm gunna have to call CanCan later, she's got Pineapple at her house (they're having a sleep over) but I was going to invite CanCan and JC to come over since me and JC were talking about it Thursday. We had Friday off so we spent the whole day running around so here's what we did:

We left at 9, and went to mom's appointment all the way by the mall. Then we came BACK to Clone's school to have a teacher's conference. After that we had to drop mom off at work, (around noon) and go to the bank. Dad had to open up a new buisness account and stuff. We left around 1 or so, and went to the "China Buffet" not but a few "blocks" away. We aren't really sure why we like that place, since as you all know we are quite the restaurant conesuirs (is that spelled rite?<<). But they have those really good chicken wings and veggie lomein etc. So that might be why. Then we came home and relaxed a bit. But had to go back out to pick up mom. Afterwards mom and I had to go to our second research interview that lasted about 45 minutes. Then we got $25 each.

Mom and I joked a little as we walked back to the car because, on the way to the interview I was telling her how paranoid I was from this email Eemy just sent me, about awareness of sexual predators and how to protect yourself so I was overly alert. Then the interview included some psychological questions sort of ironic to our conversations prior. I also discovered my mother must have been an undercover trouble maker in her schoolgirl days because she was VERY distracting during the testing like when our administrator stepped out. (Last time we did our interviews separately but this time we did them together.) She was cracking jokes and stuff. And CanCan, if your listening you know how I am with tests and how goodie goodie I am at most times when in a school setting. So this was funny to me. Then mom we were talking about how on the interview it says, "Do you hear voices/see things other people don't?" and mom was like, "Yeah, we have something like that on our section of the interview at DAN when we do the, flying after diving study, and one question goes, 'Do you have superpowers?'" I thought that was funny, and also wondered if we were allowed to talk during the testing.

Anyhow, they did make me sound like some kind of psycho when I said I had a fear of heights, and the dark, more importantly. But it was a small sacrifice for a little bit of cash to fill my deficit. So I'll talk to ya later!

Wednesday, October 26, 2005

Coldie

It's sooo cold now, it only got up to 63 today. Everyone at school says it feels like Christmas. And it feels like Christmas with the rush of school work. It's driving me nuts. All I feel like doing lately is sleeping, and instead I have all this homework. I haven't been to tired. At school I'm sorta energetic, in 4th-6th period anyways. School starts wayyy to early. At 7:20!! I would be happier if it started at say... around 8:00. I didn't know how lucky I was when we went to school at 8:30-9!!!

I've been making a new list of mp3's I want to buy, here's the ones I narrowed it down to.

*I Really Don't Think So- Scene 23
*Dance,Dance- Fall Out Boy
*Sugar We're Going Down- Fall Out Boy
*Beverly Hills-Weezer
*We Are All On Drugs-Weezer
*Run It- Chris Brown
*Golddigger- Kanye West
*Like You- Bow Wow
*Cool- Gwen Stefani
*More Than Words- Frankie J
*Be Be Your Love- Rachael Yamagata
*Geek In The Pink- Jason Mraz
*Lose Control- Missy Elliot

That's all. I am really craving Persian/Middle Eastern food right now. I looked up some recipes for Koobideh, Barg, and the chicken kabab thing (jooheh?). Yummmy. Oh and I didn't type that whole post (prev.) I just copied and pasted. Anyhow, I'll be seeing you!!

Healthy Nut

Here's some new healthy food remedies I found at virtually the same time this afternoon.

HEADACHE? EAT FISH! Eat plenty of fish -- fish oil helps prevent headaches. So does ginger, which reduces inflammation and pain.

HAY FEVER? EAT YOGURT! Eat lots of yogurt before pollen season. Also-eat honey from your area (local region) daily.

TO PREVENT STROKE DRINK TEA! Prevent buildup of fatty deposits on artery walls with regular doses of tea. (actually, tea suppresses my appetite and keeps the pounds from invading....Green tea is great for our immune system)!

INSOMNIA (CAN'T SLEEP?) HONEY! Use honey as a tranquilizer and sedative.

ASTHMA? EAT ONIONS!!!! Eating onions helps ease constriction of bronchial tubes. (when I was young, my mother would make onion packs to place on our chest, helped the respiratory ailments and actually made us breathe better).

ARTHRITIS? EAT FISH, TOO!! Salmon, tuna, mackerel and sardines actually prevent arthritis. (fish has omega oils, good for our immune system)

UPSET STOMACH? BANANAS - GINGER!!!!! Bananas will settle an upset stomach. Ginger will cure morning sickness and nausea.

BLADDER INFECTION? DRINK CRANBERRY JUICE!!!! High-acid cranberry juice controls harmful bacteria.

BONE PROBLEMS? EAT PINEAPPLE!!! Bone fractures and osteoporosis can be prevented by the manganese in pineapple.

MEMORY PROBLEMS? EAT OYSTERS! Oysters help improve your mental functioning by supplying much-needed zinc.

COLDS? EAT GARLIC! Clear up that stuffy head with garlic. (remember, garlic lowers cholesterol, too.)

COUGHING? USE RED PEPPERS!! A substance similar to that found in the cough syrups is found in hot red pepper. Use red (cayenne) pepper with caution-it can irritate your tummy.

BREAST CANCER? EAT Wheat, bran and cabbage Helps to maintain estrogen at healthy levels.

LUNG CANCER? EAT DARK GREEN AND ORANGE VEGGIES!!! A good antidote is beta carotene, a form of Vitamin A found in dark green and orange vegetables.

ULCERS? EAT CABBAGE ALSO!!! Cabbage contains chemicals that help heal both gastric and duodenal ulcers.

DIARRHEA? EAT APPLES! Grate an apple with its skin, let it turn brown and eat it to cure this condition. (Bananas are good for this ailment)

CLOGGED ARTERIES? EAT AVOCADO! Mono unsaturated fat in avocados lowers cholesterol.

HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE? EAT CELERY AND OLIVE OIL!!! Olive oil has been shown to lower blood pressure. Celery contains a chemical that lowers pressure too.

BLOOD SUGAR IMBALANCE? EAT BROCCOLI AND PEANUTS!!! The chromium in broccoli and peanuts helps regulate insulin and blood sugar.
Kiwi: Tiny but mighty. This is a good source of potassium, magnesium, Vitamin E & fiber. It's Vitamin C content is twice that of an orange.
Apple: An apple a day keeps the doctor away? Although an apple has a low Vitamin C content, it has antioxidants & flavonoids which enhances the activity of Vitamin C thereby helping to lower the risks of colon cancer, heart attack & stroke.
Strawberry: Protective fruit. Strawberries have the highest total antioxidant power among major fruits & protects the body from cancer causing, blood vessels clogging free radicals. (Actually, any berry is good for you..they're high in anti-oxidants and they actually keep us young.........blueberries are the best and very versatile in the health field........they get rid of all the free-radicals that invade our bodies)
Orange : Sweetest medicine. Taking 2 - 4 oranges a day may help keep colds away, lower cholesterol, prevent & dissolve kidney stones as well as lessen the risk of colon cancer.
Watermelon: Coolest Thirst Quencher. Composed of 92% water, it is also packed with a giant dose of glutathione which helps boost our immune system. They are also a key source of lycopene - the cancer fighting oxidant. Other nutrients found in watermelon are Vitamin C & Potassium. (watermelon also has natural substances [natural SPF sources] that keep our skin healthy, protecting our skin from those darn uv rays)
Guava & Papaya: Top awards for Vitamin C. They are the clear winners for their high Vitamin C content. Guava is also rich in fiber which helps prevent constipation. Papaya is rich in carotene, this is good for your eyes. (also good for gas and indigestion)Tomatoes are very good as a preventative measure for men, keeps those prostrate problems from invading their bodies.

Top Ten Healthy Foods! For the complete article visit MSN

1.Blueberries
2.Dark leafy greens-Collard greens, swiss chard
3.Salmon, Sardines, Herring (fatty fish)
4.Spinach
5. Red wine, Grape Juice
6.Whole grains, brown rice
7. Hot Cocoa
8. Nuts: Almonds and Walnuts
9.Olive Oil
10. Garlic

Tuesday, October 25, 2005

We Are All on Drugs

by Weezer

When you're out with your friends
In your new Mercedes-Benz
And you're on drugs
And you show up late for school
'Cause you think you're really cool
When you're on drugs
And you put on your headphones
And you step into the zone
When you're on drugs
But the world don't care
If you are not there
'Cause you're on drugs

GIVE IT TO ME

We are all on drugs yeah
Never getting enough (never get enough)
We are all on drugs yeah
Give me some of that stuff (WOO)

And you twitch in your seat
'Cause you wanna hit the street
When you're on drugs
And you cause such a fuss
'Cause there's no one you can trust
When you're on drugs
And the best of your days
Will vanish into haze
When you're on drugs
And you wish you can quit
'Cause you're really sick of it
But you're on drugs

GIVE IT TO ME

We are all on drugs yeah
Never getting enough (never get enough)
We are all on drugs yeah
Give me some of that stuff (WOO)

I wanna reach a higher place
Where things will never be the same

We are all on drugs yeah
Never getting enough (never get enough)
We are all on drugs yeah
Give me some of that stuff (WOO)

*Roof boy is hot!(WOO)

What to do... CONTINUED

Still have no idea WHAT to do. I'm soooo bored. I feel sick too. But school was fun today. We didn't really work much. And we get to eat lunch with our 4th period classes this week, and all my friends are in that class. I was REALLY hyper too. I guess since we did so much group work in all of my classes today, I was really energized. Ever since I brought my "iQuest" as a calculator, we use it to type notes when we aren't working, so in 5th period my friends Colleen and Davis play "Anagrams" and just play around with the notepad. It's freezing here at the mo'. It probably only got to 67 today, and the "wind chill factor" (we're learning weather terms and junk in science) was pretty high too. -) <-unibrow guy

I was also on a sugar high today. I had some candy and junk. It's "Red Ribbon Week" this week, we pledge not to do drugs. Ironically though, I've been addicted to the "We Are All On Drugs" song by Weezer. And there have been someother ironic stuff going on like that. Haha, talk to ya later!!

Sunday, October 23, 2005

What to do...

I am soooooo bored!!! I dunno what to do. I'm logged on trying to see if one of my friends will chat. I can't wait till' school tomorrow. At least it will be something to do. And I get to finish gossipping with my buds about the dance. I think we might go to the mall later but I'm not sure, we'll probably just go to "Build-a-bear" coz Amara wants to go for her b'day. Bleh... I'm just gonna go take a shower and maybe give someone a call to talk about nothing. Bye!!

Saturday, October 22, 2005

Jason Mraz ADDICT!

"Geek in the Pink" Jason Mraz

Well let the geek in the pink take a stab at it
If you like the way I'm thinkin' baby wink at it
I may be skinny at times but I'm fat fulla rhymes
Pass me the mic and I'm a grab at it
Isn't it delicious crazy way that I'm kissin'
Cause baby listen to this don't wanna miss it while it's hittin'
Sometimes you gotta fit in to get in
But don't ever quit cause soon I'm gonna let you in but see

I don't care what you might think about me
You can vibe without me if you want
I could be the one to take you home
Baby I could rock the night alone
If we never get down it wouldn't be a let down
But sugar don't forget what you already know
I could be the one to turn you on
We could be the talk across the town
Don't judge me by the color, confuse it for another
You might regret what you let slip away

I'm the geek in the pink pink pink
I'm the geek in the pink yeah

Well this relationship fodder don't mean to bother nobody
But Cupid's automatic musta fired multiple shots at her
Because she fall in love too often that's what the matter
At least I talk about it keep a pattern of flattery and
She was starin' through the doorframe
Eyeing me down like already a bad boyfriend
Well she can get her toys outta the drawer then
Cause I ain't comin' home I don't need that attention, see

I don't care what you might think about me
You'll get by without me if you want
I could be the one to take you home
Baby we could rock the night alone

If we never get down it sure would be the let down
But sugar don't forget what you already know
I could be the one to turn you on
You could be the talk across the town
Don't judge it by the color, confuse it for another
You might regret what you let slip away

I am more than you're thinking
Hey look at me go
From hero to zero
Oh, take it from a geek like me
I can save you from unoriginal dum-dums
Who wouldn't care if you com...plete him or not

So what I've got a short attention span
A coke in my hand
Because I'd rather have the afternoon, relax and understand
My hip hop and flip-flops it don't stop with the light rock
A shot to mock you kinda puts me in the tight spot
The hype is nothing more than hoo-ha so I'm
Developing a language and I'm callin' it my own
So take a peek into the speaker and you'll see what I mean
That on the other side the grass is greener

I don't care what you might think about me
You'll get by without me if you want
I could be the one to take you home
Baby we could rock the night alone
If we never get down it wouldn't be the let down
But sugar don't forget what you already know
I could be the one to turn you on
We could be the talk across the town
Don't judge it by the color, confuse it for another
You might regret what you let slip away

I'm the geek in the pink pink pink
I'm the geek in the pink yeah
I'm the geek in the pink
All y'all geek is the new color for fall

EEEK!!

Omigosh! I didn't even notice that the previous post (Dance, Dance, Dance) was our 100th!! I meant to celebrate on that one! Oh well, happy 100th everybody!!!

Dance Dance Dance

The Jamfest last night was pretty cool. I didn't think I would stay more than an hour since I never really dance in public. But I ended up staying from 7:30 to 9. I danced in a group with my friends the whole time. It was pretty cool. They had a dj and eveything. I didn't tell my friends I was coming (since I never go to these things) so they all freaked out when I sneaked up on them. I only had half a soda and a air head but the sugar was killing me. Hehehehe. I have to call my friends up later so we can gossip about all the crazy goings on. So I'll talk to ya later!! Feel free to give me a chat (scroll down to the little green box and type a message!!)! Bye!

Thursday, October 20, 2005

Grrrr, stupid Blogger

Jeez, I hate when blogger messes up!! I copy and pasted my essay but it won't stay as I fixed it, it won't keep the indentions etc, so I did those on my own in this window, but when I publish it goes back to how it was before!! (See Prev. Post) AND you can't select all/copy the text from the post box(that you type in). It's really annoying. Anyhow, talk to ya later!!

Silver Lining, Quote of the Day essay

Here's my pride and joy, essay I wrote for my advanced language arts class. We do so many essays in 7th grade!!! Mostly because we have a major writing test this year (prompt is persuasive writing...bleh, boring in class!!!). So here it is I hope ya enjoy!!

Pd.3 AIG Language Arts 1st marking pd.
Quote of the Day Essay Assignment;Silver Lining

"There are only two ways to live your life. One, as though nothing is a miracle. The other as if everything is." by Albert Einstein.

This quote, so eloquently stated by Mr. Albert Einstein, is a great way to base the way we live our lives but maybe not completely true. This quote seems to say, that life as a whole is all black and white. While really there can be some gray areas. And perhaps that's the lesson of life as we live and learn and grow, is there's always a third option. A blurred area on that huge canvas of life. Because, the world really isn't all pessimists and optimists. There are realists and even undecided people who really just want to live and not think about it too much. Those are the kind of people who are my inspiration for this essay. These people are the ones who seem to have challenged, Mr. Einstein’s thought and are the exact representation of the lessons we learn throughout life. So join me on this tiresome journey to analyze this point and others, through quotes and observations.

A miracle, an extraordinary event believed to manifest as a supernatural work of god, or an extremely outstanding or unusual event, thing or accomplishment. There are many way's to describe a miracle, but most ways agree it is something amazing and often impossible. But if this is totally true, how can there be a "miracle of life?" When a child is born almost every five seconds? Perhaps this explains why the former definition is best. That a miracle is not, a rare, extreme act but some kind of, unbelievable blessing. So really if one were to go through life thinking everything was a miracle maybe nothing is really a "miracle" at all. Is it a miracle that the sky is so blue? Or that a child's first laugh is so pure? Or that for those few moments of laughter all in the world seems right? Or that the flowers bloom? Or that the gentle breeze caressing your cheek is the cool touch of god? Or that the sheer thought of this higher existence is the hope that drives most of us or that the fact that there is none drives the rest? Is there a rule for all those that go through life thinking that everything in life is a miracle, to help them to define when things finally aren't? For example, is evil a miracle? Maybe in its own way it is. What with so many of us trying to abolish it and wait for this cure, it keeps us alive? It creates the realists. Leading us to our next quote, "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it," Helen Keller. This refers to the hope that all of the quotes embodied in this essay portray may be part of the meaning of life. A person without hope, without dreams, has nothing. That moral really defines the person we are formed into. Would you make fun of a child's so called "impossible" dream and tell them that these things are wanted in lust or in vain? Could you simply tell them this, therefore possibly stealing away any simple hope of him living a full life? No I think not. And if one would, that person would not be living his own life to the fullest, but he would be portraying that evil that so many of us strive to destroy. But, by a stroke of luck this person may change that young child into someone willing to defy the things that are up against him, once again instilling this hope that one day this evil will be destroyed for true, but maybe learning that you should keep trying even if your goal is in vain.

The realists (as illustrated above) are often confused between optimists and pessimists as, a pessimist. While really all they wish is to not be disappointed. Maybe they aren't as bold to be an optimist and not as sad as a pessimist to pretend and tell themselves hope and happiness does not exist as a higher calling and a gift from a higher source. Maybe there is truth in saying maybe, realists see a silver lining and a real optimist would see more of a silver cloud floating beyond the horizon. "Happiness is not achieved conscious by the pursuit of happiness; it is generally the by-product of other activities," said Aldous Huxley (1894-1963). This quote seems to be the definition of what makes a realist. Not the looking for happiness, as would an optimist, but the finding of it by living without such a search. As good things come to those who wait. And maybe it's not a horrible thing to be an optimist and search for happiness and the silver cloud but that kind of hope seems to cloud one’s good judgment and ability to live their life.

So I think that the whole lesson to really take away from this is to choose who you want to be. And there isn't really a “right” or "wrong" or "either/or" choice, but just different ways of looking at things (the world) each with its own pros and cons. However, maybe being a realist is a better choice because you can really make it your own without giving yourself such a defining label, with so many rules and guidelines. But we shouldn't attempt to change each person into becoming a realist. Really, we can't, no matter what. It's actually better this way, because it gives the world more color and more hope, something for us all to work for. So the thing to remember is, which will be easy by simply looking at black and white art now and then (i.e. sketches, and old TV. shows) is, there's many shades of grey.

Wednesday, October 19, 2005

Jack o' Lantern Jamfest

Friday is the first dance of the school year, and in honor of halloween it's The Jack O' Lantern Jamfest. I never go to these things but I might this year. A bunch of my friends are going so I might. But I'm not sure what to go as. We'll have to see about that. Halloween this year should be good, dunno what we'll be doing but I 'm REALLY hoping I can have a "sleep over" with my friends and go out and about together. But I'll talk to them about it later today hopefully.

LOST comes on today. We're all a bunch of lost geeks at our house. (Also Gilmore Girls, One Tree Hill etc. *My dirty little secret, shhhhh!!) It's actually pretty interesting. I saw last Saturday while Clone was surfing around for some cartoons they made a cheap (and VERY CORNY) kids edition of it called Flight 29 Down, it was soooooo horrible!! They did the kids version of survivor too, I don't watch it either. Actually that's all NBC Kids is made up of is impressions of other shows it's pretty pathetic. But I have no idea why I'm talking about all this....

Tried out a new recipe yesterday (am doing it right now too coz' it was so good!) and it turned out good so I'll have to post it, but I might just do the recipe now and go back later because we don't have intel on XP right now.

I shared my Quote of the Day essay today and it was VERY good if I do say so myself, it wasn't awesome but it's the best I've ever written. So I'll also post that later. Gunna go now so talk to ya later!!

Monday, October 17, 2005

BTW

By the way, I've almost finished decorating for Halloween. I just put up some kaos from GJDesigns. I want to replace that little sunflower at the bottom of each post with a tiny witch hat but I need some help with all that so we'll have to see how I'm feeling.

Oh yeah, and I want to start swimming again, I haven't done it in so long, I'm hoping we can do some conditioning and rent a lane to get back into the groove.
hmmm...that was out of the blue. TTYL!!

I hate Mondays

Today was a pretty suckie day. It was soooo boring and I was sooooo tired. The tired part was Amara and Asi's fault because they stayed up to about midnight watching Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, even though I told them to go to sleep. So I was pooped since Asi and I have to get up at 6:30. Annnyyways...

I think I mighta caught the stomach flu like I did last year, but I'll spare you the details, **wink**wink.

School was boring as ever today, we started our sex ed class. I have Health/PE second thing in the morning right after Band. Hey I haven't given you my school sched.!! I'll do that now then...

At home-I get up at 6:30, though it should be 6:00 and get washed and dressed and maybe if there's time I have breakfast. Then I grab my things and head off to school at what should be about 7:10 or earlier (we have to be in our home rooms by 7:20 and school is only a few min. away and my lockers right next to it.

I get there, get my stuff and go inside to hear morning announcements over the T.V. Our media center brodcasts it to the whole school.

1st thing-All of us leave and go to our electives. First I have Band-I play the bass clarinet as you know (and it's awesome).
2nd thing-Then we go to our second elective. Mine is Health/PE right now. (But that will change after the christmas break.) We switch (every 3rd week=health) off with health, in the class room where we learn about health, and Phys.Ed in the gyms or outside on the football field/track. My class just had health last week but all the Girls have Sex Ed in the healthroom this week.
3rd thing-Our first core class. I've got AIG language arts downstairs with Mr.Brockman. All of the other kids have the Lang. Arts teachers upstairs but 1 select group of 7th graders (and another of 8th) go to Mr. Brockman because he's like the more advanced and specialized teacher.
4th thing-I go back upstairs for my next core class, Adv.Math/Pre Algebra. Last year we got the chance to go to Algrebra but I failed that test, even though I knew all the stuff, I spaced out with the short time limits. So I'm stuck in PreAlgebra where I think my needs are not being met, thanking-you-very-much.
5th thing- We go to our lockers and get what we need for, 5th period(Science 4 me) and lunch. We go into 5th pd. and put our stuff down then line up outside for lunch. Then we head outside through one door then inside through another to get to the cafeteria. After that we go back up to the 5th pd. class and have class.
6th thing-We go to our lockers again and put our stuff up from lunch and if needed 5th pd too, and then go to 6th pd, which for me is Social Studies. In the end of that class, a little before 2:20 we listen to announcements and go to our lockers and leave. I wait from 2:25 until around 2:45 outside for mom to come and get me.

And that's it. Most of the times in the morning we leave at 7:00 or so and get to school and go to the library until 7:20 or go the gym with everyone else where we can talk.
But that's about it so I'll talk to ya later!

Sunday, October 16, 2005

Progress

Yes!! Sunday so I had to do all of my homework and projects assigned on Friday that I put off until now. (1st place practical procrastinater-self proclaimed thank you very much) I didn't have to much to do but I'm glad that I got it all done and organized so I have the rest of the day to myself. We spent all yesterday running around. We went to Brightleaf Square and me and momma took this Duke interview study. We get paid 25 bucks each on the 28th when we go again for our second session. So I'll have some spending money to buy some things I need and want to decorate and for school etc. I'm putting all my saved stuff from the summer into the bank, so it will be nice to have some unexpected extras. I like doing these studies, all you give is your time (and of course the pleasure of having my company ;D) and they pay you. I should start doing more of them. It would be nice getting some cash of my own, just for answering a survey. Hopefully I can start babysitting/tutoring soon too so that would pay nicely for someone in my position (still living with mummy and daddy with no real financial responsibilities). So plenty of progress, oh yeah an I only need a few more posts to get to our landmark one hundred yay!!

Friday, October 14, 2005

Friday

We're just lounging around as usual right now. I'm snacking on my second pomegranate of the season(I had my first yesterday! 99cents each) though, Yay!! I'm hoping I will be able to hang out with two of my friends tomorrow, but I have to go to this thing I signed up for, It's a study they're doing on teenagers and they pay you $25 for answering two sets of questions. 'Cept mom is making me give half to Asi. Should've let her do the experiment so I could go with my friends, oh well, maybe we can go on Sunday or after or before, we'll have to see. Hopefully they call later so we can talk. But I'm gonna go no and see ya later!!!

Sunday, October 09, 2005

Picture of the Day

Here's my pic of the day. A friend of mine sent it to me on a normal chain letter "What peace looks like." If you look in the lower right hand corner you can see that it comes from a blogspot site. Haven't checked it out yet. But the other pictures that came along with this one are so cute!! I wish we had some ink, coz' it's the kind of stuff my friends and I would post up on our lockers, write notes one etc.

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Saturday, October 08, 2005

Girls In Pants

Today's a lazy day. We spent eating a very vinegary breakfast at noon today. We then watched "Guess who" with mum. I cleaned up my space and read my school-library book "Girls in Pants," the third book in a series I am obsessed with as much as Harry Potter. If you'd like to know more just visit: www.sisterhoodcentral.com

There's not much else to say, I'm loving the halloween decorations and playing around with them and some images too, as well as decorating my space, can't wait to get in deep with all that. But unfortunately I've been having some writers block so some ideas for a fresh new site info etc would be nice.

Anyways, on a last note:

The computer is very slow!!
and...
My AIG language arts teacher is starting a magazine that my whole class is excited about, and I plan to do an opinionated or advice column which will be fun. I would like to get a partner to work on it with me but we'll have to see how all that pans out. See ya!!

Saturday, October 01, 2005

Happy Bunny

I am a happy Bunny!! I stumbled across this quiz through a Blog Resource's site (starlightmks.com). It's to figure out which happy bunny you are. I am...


Cute but Psycho!!!
Cant say I wasn't expecting this but whatever.

cute but psycho


You are the cute but psycho happy bunny. You are
adorable, but a little out there. It's alright,
you might not have it all, but there are worse

which happy bunny are you?
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