Ugh, school is already starting to get busy. We've finally started to work on our songs in choir... And oh my gosh, the tests! Not to mention the preparing us for college stuff that they're doing. Today, I had to take a survey to see what kind of college I would go to. Me and Jesse had picked some of the same choices. He convinced me to go to a ROTC thing... Whatever that is. I think it's marching stuff with guns that I hope aren't real, or else there's going to be some issues with our school's drill team. And oh my gosh, the homework! Whenever I think that I'm done, there's always more!
Yeah... The kids at my school are crazy, too. I saw one boy giving another one a piggyback ride. Both of their names were Jose. They scared me, because they were like, "Hi there! K, bye!" And some people just sau funny things. In English, our teacher asked us to tell her what the theme was for a poem that was about someone's shoes. One boy said, "Even though they're raggedy, they're still yours." The teacher told him to say that in a way that wasn't ghetto. I've said some crazy things too. We were talking about War and Peace and how it was translated, and I was like, "Did they put the book through Google Translate?" The people at my school are so crazy that I actually get headaches wondering about what they were talking about.
Oh gosh... Global warming is terrible... And it was fun to do. Yesterday at lunch, me and Belen were singing Call Me Maybe, and Abdullah (the boy in my English class) jumped up and pretended to flip the table over. Then, in the hallway after lunch, we were chasing him and singing the song. Only me and Belen could do something like that and make it seem normal.
Oh dear gosh... Thanks for the warning. But sometimes, I like the stuff that everyone hates. I was messing with someone in English today by singing Call Me Maybe. The teacher told us that she was banning singing, so Gala was talking the lyrics. Our teacher said that made it sound more poetic.
I think I'm getting better at walking down stairs without hurting myself! Today, I went to the library to get the thirs book in the Maximum Ride series (which by the way, is totally epic!), and I was so excited to get it that I read it while I was walking down the steps. I didn't even trip! No hospital visits for me... Well, not until next week.