Monday, April 28, 2008


Happy end of Passover my peeps!!!!! Bread tastes soooooooooooooooooooooooooo good. Wait, I must get down to buisness! I have a crime to report!!!!!!!! Three unidentified virtual people have left me messages on AIM saying the have "AIM crushes" on me. Here are their screenames:
To punish these people I just released their screenames on the world wide web. I just want to know who they are so I can sock them in the face for being so annoying. Just kidding, im not that made, just kind of p-oed (pissed off for ay of you who don't know that term). If they ACTUALLY had a crush on me (which I highly doubt) it would have been much better for them to confront me in person. I'm sorry, but I prefer outgoing people. Not antisocial internet geeks.

Here is where the fun starts. Just today in social studies, we had a conversation that ironically ties in to these events.

An apparetnly really famous neurologist named Susan Greefield or something really normal like that has made a new and "contreversal" theory called the Nobody Theory or something random like that. Basically, she said that the brain has two major growth spurts. Once during the middle school years, and another time towards the end of high school. Her theory is that during these growth spurts, children are becoming antisocial and obsessed with electronic devices. Instead of playing outside and reacting with other kids, they are on the computer, watching tv, texting, or play video games. Their main source of communication is AIM, Facebook, or MySpace. Snickers and I are both not aloud to text, play video games, have MySpcae/Facebook pages, and have a limit to tv and computers. Well, Snickers has a lot stricter limits, and I have and AIM page and she doesn't, but otherwise, we both go against this study. And I will probably have to share a cell phone with my sister next year. How am I supposed to text or do anything like that when my sister can read it???? Our social studies teacher, let's call him Chipmunk Fairy, gave Snickers and I high fives to pass onto our parents for giving us these rules. He said he'd do similar things with his future children.

So yeah. That wasn't very random. I haven't had a random thought in years. Seriosuly, I think my brain is on the snooze button right now. I got absolutley no sleep this weekend. Want to here about? Of course!

On Friday I went to play tennis with Snickers and her sisters from 4:30 to 6:00, which is tiring in it's self. I had to be in the little kid group because I suck like that. Then we came to my house and had dinner and showered and stuff. We went into my room and around ten began our Harry Potter movie marathon. We both fell asleep during the first movie. Snickers woke up around 1:30 and watched half of the 2nd, but she got bored and watched the 3rd. When the 3rd was over she put in the 4th, and I woke up during the Yule Ball scene. By now it is 5:36. We finished the 4th and 5th around 9. So we left the room to eat breakfast. around 11 we went to services at our temple and we were sitting there practically sleeping, not from boredom from tiredness. We went home early becuase Snickers had to get picked up by her mom and that night I saw my cousin's high school do Beauty and the Beast (she's Lumiere" for the 2nd time and it was really good (again). We came home at like, 10:30 and I went to sleep. I woke up at 8 the next morning to get ready for Sars to pick me up around 9 so we could go to UCLA/LA Times Festival of Books. Once there, we walked around, collected free stuff, ate food, and jumped in a fountain. 'Cause we're awesome like that. That night I FINALLY got to eat bread, but I ended up staying up until 11.

That is all I have to say, for now. Bye!

Thursday, April 24, 2008


Happy Passover peeps!!!! I'm sick of Passover. I want bread. But unlike some people who either do not try or have no will power what so ever (i.e. Sars and Snoopyfan) Snickers and I actually aren't eating bread. Poor Snickers, she had to sit through her French teachers birthday party yesterday where all she could eat was fruit and chocolate covered matzah. Sigh. I think our school should be more Jewishly friendly. They have had parties on TWO fast days and now one on Passover. Grrrrr....

Snickers, you know I can't play tennis because I have absolutley no coordination nor athletic ability at all. And even if we have zero classes together, it's not like I won't be friends with you anymore. How could you ever think that????

Sorry peeps, that's all for today. I only updated cause Snickers told me too. I really have nothing to say.

Tuesday, April 15, 2008


My choir went to a district wide festival today. Now I have a song stuck in my head. w00t. (inside joke. Actually, I have no idea why we write it like that I just know it's fun to say w00t...)

Tomorrow all the wittle fifth gwaders are coming to visit my school (that they will come to next year). Including my sister! Yay! Sorta. LOTI (laughing on the inside). I'm glad I get to spend a year with her (to protect her from the big, scary, popular girls), but I'm also glad I will be in 8th grade and she will be an ickle 6th grader so we will spend as little time as possible together.

Basically all the 5th graders that will be going to my school next year come and sit in the gym and watch an assembly thing. The honor roll signs (which are humungo) are posted and there's signs advertising the clubs and stuff. I saw one of them, and it said: Be Special! Join Strings! I was deeply insulted. (See the post before last.)

At this orientation, people from different electives come to help the kiddies decide what to do next year. The French teacher does a speech, Eklektikos (or as REL and I call it, collecting clothes) represents strings, the jazz band plays, and the choir sings a song. The choir instructor, let's call him.... Dr. Eggs. Dr. Eggs is trying to make our song (Puttin' on the Ritz) as extravegent as possible. We have dance moves and we even are going to wear shiny hats. Well, 5th graders do like shiny things. Like my swasome shiny shoes. I should wear those tomorrow.......... Anyways, a friend of mine who is also in choir, let's call her Hater of the Egg, pointed out that Dr. Eggs seems to be really jealous of the jazz band. He always talks about how they over power us and we need to be really good for the two minutes we have. So now my point from two posts ago is proven. Our school faculty does treat band geeks better then choir nerds and orc dorks.

That's all I have to say for right now. By the way, Hi Sars's dad! Thanks for reading my blog!!

Thursday, April 10, 2008


Hey home dogs!!!!!!!!! You aren't going to beleive who I am sitting with right now! Well, maybe you will...... I am with, drum roll please (drums rolling) Sars and Snickers! We're sort of a threesome. We are (wink wink nudge nudge ay ay) working on our project right now. But, we ummmmmm have some very important top secret buisness to take care of that clearly does not involve you!!!!!!!!! I have actually had a few random thoughts lately. Yay me!!

Why is it proper grammar to capatlize "I" but not "he" or "she." Do Americans really have more respect for them selfs then for others? Well, yeah, the do. But that does not make it right!!!!! I have more randomness to come..............

Oh geez I forgot. Think random think random think random................. Oh snapple, I do not seem to remember. I will try again later. TTFN, ta ta for now!!!! (chaneling my inner Tigger...)

Sunday, April 6, 2008


Hi everybody!!!!!! Sorry I haven't updated in YEARS!!!!!! I just couldn't think of anything to say. Today I am going to do one of my signature rants. This one is on the subject of Band Geeks, Orc Dorks, and Choir Nerds.

At my school, being a band geek is not a negative thing. Our band teacher has been nationaly recognized for his skillage at teaching band. But, there is such thing as an Orc Dork and a Choir Nerd. I myself am proud to be a Choir Nerd and I have many proud Orc Dork friends. (In case you didn't get that, Orc means orchestra) The instructor of choir and orchestra, is, ummm.... not nationally acclaimed. As a matter of fact most of the kids at school are afraid of him, making band much more popular then choir/orchestra. All the music groups at my school are much better then other schools, no matter how "humble" they act. (At my school, kids ideas of humble is going "We suck sooooo much! No wonder no one wants to be in Choir")

Yesterday was the San Diego music festival thing. All the advanced orchestra and band members got to school early in the morning (on a Saturday!) and boarded the COACH buses. Then they went to San Diego High School and performed in a humungo competion of mostly high schools, when they are in middle school. They usually place. Then they go to Sea World where they wander with their friends for 2 hours and 45 minutes before taking their seats at the night time Shamu show. Then they go to the HOTEL ROOM where all my friends will be pulling all nighters. The next day they have a buffet breakfast before driving back home, stopping at Knott's Berry Farm on the way. Lucky much???????????????

Here's the coolest thing we get to do in choir:

Around 8 o-clock in the morning we board a ugly yellow school bus and drive the whole one hour it takes to get to Disneyland. Once there we put our things in the dressing room and make our way into the recording studio. There we are proffesionally equiped to record a CD of us singing Disney songs. I find it incredibley cool and an once in a lifetime (well actually this year will be my 2nd time) experience.Everyone else finds it boring and a waste of time. When that's over we get take a group photo and get our plaque and t-shirts. We then change into more suitable attire and enter the park through the cast member entrance of Toon Town. Then we have until 6 to do what ever we want then we go home. You may be thinking, "That's SO cool!" It is, and Disneyland is my favorite place in the entire world, but it's nothing compared to the privelages orchestra gets.

Here's my dilemma. I think the staff members of our school think choir is something kids do because they are too lazy to do a more diffucult elective. I have news for them: Most kids do art, woodshop, office aid, or school service if they want to get out easy. I'm sorry, but it's true. Some people DO do choir because it's easy, but not me. I do it because it's fun and I love to sing. I have learned how to read music and sing harmony, not just the melodies must people are accustomed too. I am an alto, and therefore have learned to sing diffucult parts and tuning out the sopranos in order to concentrate. I have earned my spot at center stage by singing my part loud and proud, and not singing the soprano part because it's easier or "the right way." A choir is a team, and it takes as much skill as other arts. So why do people look down on us? Why are we embarrassed to wear our choir shirts and sing in front of our peers? I have been doing this for two years, and will do it for a third. Next year, most people will have quit choir and moved on to, surprise surprise, cougar service. From recent polls, I have learned that about 5 7th graders and 2 6th graders are continuing choir in their 8th and 7th grade years. (the present 8th graders are graduating). The rest of our chouir will be 6th graders. I feel like some members of the choir is my family, we have become so close. I've already decided that I will run for choir president next year and make it better then ever. Soon, everyone will want to join.

Sorry for my not so random rant, I just had to get that out of my system. Phew! When I think of something random I'll post it.