So sorry for being such a terrible person and not blogging! It's not even like nothing happened, so I don't have an excuse.
FIVE HOURS in a freaking HUGE mall and not a single decent dress. My hunt continues. Yes, I already have a dress, but I don't feel it's really right, you know? I'm hoping I can find one that isn't ridiculously expensive before the dance (this Saturday!!!). I just feel like I've tried every single dress and I'm getting a little worried...
By the way, I was with Kim and Violet, who are like my mall buddies. It was awesome :)
I also realized that I don't likelike Mango just because he's like, the most perfect thing ever. I can't like someone like that if I know they're better than me, you know? And please [MOM], don't take that the wrong way...
Yuch. All today is is another day before Great Adventure. We presented our sonnets in LA, and I couldn't do it. I couldn't. I could not speak at all. I was FREAKING OUT. So Halden just offered to read it for me, so yeah. I went with that. It wasn't so bad. They all clapped pretty loud :) And some people said it was really good. Some people being Brambilla, who is one of my favorite people that I don't actually know. But other people said nice things too.
We also watched the first part of Saving Private Ryan, which was terrible. Really terrible. Everyone was just completely shocked. Just completely eyes-wide-open, gaping-in-horror at the screen. Apparently Kylie started crying because her boyfriend, Connor (they're both pretty obsessed with each other...it's kind of cute. they're a good match) wants to join the military. Kind of a weird thing to worry about in middle school, but I see her point. Because that was a terrible, terrible scene.
Okay, so, I got a headache in lunch and in science it became completely unbearably head-splitting. I thought I was going to cry with how bad it hurt. Like, seriously, it sucked.
I also made up a story that I didn't even realize was really religious until I started explaining it to my dad.
I feel like I should have more to say, you know?