When I was much younger, my family went to a wedding where my mom became pretty sad, thinking about how my brothers and I would someday become adults and leave her. From what I barely remember, she made my brothers and I write contracts later that night, stating that we would never get married.
At age three, I doubt I could have spelled the word ‘marriage’ correctly, let alone understand the magnitude of what my mom made me write. Now, she won’t let me see the contract, probably out of fear that I’d tear it up.
I either have the world’s coolest mom or the world’s weirdest.
I don’t know about you guys, but I feel like I’m wasting my days. Everyday passes by, and I feel like I’m wasting it. I feel like getting a weekend job; So, I’m able to buy the things I want and at least be a little more independent.
Mmmmmm, I’m wasting it! =/ These are the easiest days of my life. I need to enjoy.
I’ve had several Epiphanies over the course of these mere months.
Apush is manageable for some. People do essays in 100 minutes, and people do DBQ’s in 100 minutes as well. On the AP Exam there will be even less time. I have a whole day to do it…. I think everything is doable. I should put in some more effort.
Spanish makes me realize that I hardly do any “actividades extracurriculares” at school, makes me feel incomplete.
When this year ends, it marks the half way point until college.
Tumblr has become a major outlet of my animosity. Nina coomes had a realization I agreed with.
I need to make more lower class friends…
My writing skills seem to sky rocket in Lit and APUSH, but plummet when I walk into another class.
Bathroom time reduces the amount of bacteria on my hands.
I think I reference AP Spanish too often, but in that class today, we watched Apocalypto per Nebiu’s request to “learn” more about Mayan culture. The video was in Quiche, the Mayan language, but we watched it with Spanish subtitles, taking down notes of words that we didn’t understand. I didn’t have to read the subtitles to follow what was going on though, since 90% of the dialogue was just screaming.
At the same time that the movie was playing, Senor Blease had us have one on one conferences with him regarding our portfolios. When it was my turn, it was hard to concentrate on what he was saying since in the background, a Mayan warrior was having his heart ripped out.
Also, did anyone else know about the “Where’s Waldo” easter egg in the movie? I told my class about it, but they just thought I was being silly.
Aladdin for us. We were writing down words that pertained to “ser/conocer, tan/como, tantos/como, and hace+tiempo” It was fun. We’re finishing the movie tomorrow since I’m in a half block class.
I totally tried taking a nap during like 8 or 7, but my phone wasn’t working. I set my alarm but it didn’t wake me up. When I woke up it was 1 am. So i set my ipod alarm to 4 and now I’m currently finishing american literature.