Monday, April 10, 2006

Salve and hello!

I’ve decided to come back here and post as though I have a life. You can all point at me and snigger from your respective locations, but when I look at you please nod and pretend you believe me.

School has been as hectic as ever. We’ve been reading Arthur Miller’s The Crucible aloud in my English class. I volunteered to do the part of John Proctor, one of the major parts, which gives me a chance to exercise my [melo]dramatic side. I’m enjoying it. In math class we’re having ever so many oodles fun to the point that I can hardly stand it. (That’s being sarcastic if you couldn’t tell.) We’re learning polar graphing and such. I surprised myself by pulling off an A on the last test despite only remembering I had it in lunch the period before.

My “spring break” begins this Thursday, but it's really short. We only get Thursday, Friday, and Monday off. Thursday I'm going to be going with my mom when she goes to pick up grandma for Easter. I'm going along so I can worship at our old church and see some old friends. It'll be a lot of fun. I haven't seen most of the friends I'm going to drop in on for about three years. They ought to be pleasantly surprised when they see me at the Maundy Thursday service.

That's about all I have to say for now. So, until next time, vale!

5 comments:

Emily said...

You should come to Christ Church instead. =P

-pretends to believe you-

lol

Heidi said...

Going to pick up your grandma sounds fun. Are you going to see any MHers?

Being over-dramatic when reading aloud is fun. :D

Emily said...

Muahahahaha. Little did he know....
-e-vile grin-

Sir Darth Merlin Bilbollum Finn said...

Emily: I should have gone to Christ Church. The friend I wanted to see most wasn't there, and it was one of those services whee they're really strict about being quiet afterwards.

Heidi: Yep. I saw a couple MHers who are also old friends, Emily and Jessie, who is a former MHer.

Emily said...

I'm old?
-gasp-
-falls over-
Guess I've been dead 34 times so that has to count for something.

;)