March 23, 2011
Hey Joe, it's Al again!
Today is Wednesday, my favorite day of the week, kind of. This is the day where I get to see all of my friends. Yep, starts out at a 9:30 am, early for us homeschoolers. I don't think I've mentioned my exact schedule so here goes
9:30 - 10:40
French 1 - boring, boring, boring
10:45 - 10:55
Dream Circle - this one's just weird, luckily it's a small class
12:00 - 1:55
LUNCH!!! - yay, food
2:00 - 3:10
Geometry - argh, math
3:15 - 2:30
Art - hahahaha… my art is horrible
So now you know. Don't you feel empowered Joe? And that's what I did today.
My bestest buddy Kim is in all my classes except for Geometry, lucky her. But I get to make myself feel better because she isn't even as good as me at math. It gives me a little ego boost, which is very important sometimes. I've only known Kim for three years because before that, she lived in Alabama. I forgot why she moved here, but I'm glad for it because I was always hanging with the boys before then. Having a good friend who is a girl has stopped me from spending all my time with the boys, but I still hang with them a lot.
Just this spring session of classes, there has been a new family. I don't really know where they came from, but they have a lot of money so they will make good friends. The older one is a boy named Justin and the younger one is a girl named Callie. Callie is in 6th grade making her two years younger than me, so I don't know her very well. Justin is a year older than me and he is cute. Yeah, should I repeat that Joe? I just said, "Justin is cute." My brain must really be going funny.
And now what was I saying? Oh right, I was talking about what happened today. Kev is my best guy friend; I've known him for like 12 years. I'm only in French and Geo with him. Anyways, during Geo he was sitting across the room from Kim and me. I just realized for the first time that he has beautiful eyes. They are grey like the sky over the ocean just as it's beginning to clear after a storm. The only reason I noticed this was because the problems were really boring. Kev and I have a habit of doing "sign language" to communicate with each other from other sides of the room. He wasn't saying anything interesting, so I was gazing into his eyes.
Well, that's really it for today Joe.
Write you later,