Monday, May 17, 2010


Today, STAR testing came to it's unfortunate but inevitable end. Tomorrow it's back to the old grind, staying at school until 3:00 each day and going to all my regular classes... *dramatic sigh*

In addition it's going to rain tomorrow. In the middle of May in SoCal it is going to rain. And it was freezing today (yes 68 degrees is freezing), but in true Californian fashion I wore a skirt and my new sandals anyway. Maybe if I refuse to believe that the weather is taking a turn for the worst, it won't. Like fairies. If you don't believe in them, they die.

Currently, I have an urge to watch both Juno and Zoolander due to their respective incredibly catchy soundtracks. They're both really good movies too.

That was my short spaz for the day. Happy birthday to Howard Ashman, Bob Saget, Craig Ferguson, Tahj Mowry, Nikki Reed, Daniel Curtis Lee, and my friend Sierra! May is just chock full of birthdays isn't it?

Now go clap if you believe in fairies and enjoy an orange mocha frappuchino.

Monday, May 10, 2010


Well today was my AP bio test. My father had to wake me up at 6:00 in the morning so I could get ready for my ride to pick me up at 7:00 so I could get to school and start taking my test at 7:30 and finish around 12:00. So when the test was over I called my mom and left school. I was done for the day.

Technically, I'm not supposed to discuss the multiple choice portion of the test with anyone at any time for any reason. Ha ha, right. And I'm not supposed to discuss the essays for at least 48 hours. Once again: ha ha, right. Just so you know, I wrote the best essay ever written. And by best I mean wittiest. And by wittiest I mean... well, you'll see in 48 hours. I'm afraid if someone reads this and I've written my answer and a person from the test finds out I will have "compromised my test score."

All in all, I'm just really glad this test is over and I'm one day closer to spring break the sequel/summer. This test was the cause of so much stress and multiple mental breakdowns. And now I'm almost completely worry free. Starting Thursday I have STAR tests (they're these stupid standardized tests mandated by the state 2nd-11th graders in California have to take) which are SO easy, plus I get to get out of school early.


I'm getting inducted into the International Thespian Society. I'm so excited it's ridiculous. At my school they make a really big deal about the inductions and it's all top secret, but all my friends who are already part of the troupe keep saying weird things like, "You need to let us know if you're allergic to any animal hair or foods," and, "Unless you're extremely comfortable with your body, I suggest you wear a bathing suit under your clothes," and, "Make sure to get a haircut afterwards." So I'm scared, but I'm really excited to. It's a right of passage.

Because today's almost over, May is going to be a really good month. Every year May is extremely busy and somewhat stressful, but now that the stress is over I just get to do all sorts of fun activities.

Happy birthday to Fred Astaire, Bono, Kenan Thompson, and last but most definitely not least, my daddy!

OK now I have to go to Hebrew High. BYE.

Wednesday, May 5, 2010


There come's a point in every school year where it is no longer about learning, but about torture.

Yes my friends, testing season has begun. Tomorrow is my geometry final, even though school isn't over for over a month. I also have a biology test tomorrow. Monday is my AP biology exam. And then there's STAR testing. The tests just continue from there.

I have seven questions left to practice with for my geometry final. I'm in a much sorrier state for my biology tests, but I'm always in a sorry state for my biology tests. At least I have an 85% in the class and my AP exam doesn't count towards anything. (nonetheless my stress level is exceedingly high)

Fortunatley, I still have Friends. I also have friends, but they don't help me stay awake at night while I study my brains out. Speaking of staying awake, people (namely my parental guardians) have expressed their feelings towards my sleep habits, mostly using the word "unhealthy" to describe them. I don't really know what I'm supposed to do. If I sleep, when will I get anything done? And trust me, I enjoy sleeping. But everyone has to make sacrifices. We're in a recession.

Speaking of a recession, I'm probably alive in the worst generation to be a teenager ever. We're being completley cheated in our education. And everything costs a lot of money. And I like stuff that costs money. Haha... I'm really spoiled. But that's ok. At least I don't think I'm deprived like I did when I was little. I do get a weekly allowance that I spend on things.

I just wish I babysat more often. No one hires me for anything anymore. And chances are when someone asks I'm busy. But I'm a really GOOD babysitter. I'm not registered or anything but I'm not stupid. I can deal with a couple kids for a few hours. Plus kids just really like me.

This post is making no sense whatsoever. I'm really tired and I have a ton of work to do. This, my friends, is called procrastination.

I'd like to learn how to ride a bike. That was just one of those things I never got to in my childhood, and I don't have a care, so I would really like it if I could have a mode of transportation that's not only good excersize but also good for the environment.

DUDE I just had to restart this computer because it randomly turned itself off. The warnatee on this better be valid because it keeps acting stupid.

By the way, I'm kind of addicted to BEST WEBSITE EVER.

Happy birthday Nellie Bly and Adele. Yeah.