Hey. I’m sorry I haven’t posted much in the past year. I’ve been meaning to, but life keeps getting in the way. I’ve recently been binge-watching Castle, and can I just say, oh my God, this is freaking amazing!!
Also: OH MY GOD BECKETT AND CASTLE ARE EVEN WORSE THAN BOOTH AND BONES WITH THE WHOLE IGNORING-THEIR-LOVE-FOR-EACH-OTHER THING!!!!
Seriously, it’s so bad that even the writers were poking fun at it. Castle and Beckett were talking about how annoying it is that Lanie and Esposito can’t just stop fighting and realize they love each other, and I’m over here like OH MY GOD GUYS ARE YOU THIS FREAKING BLIND SERIOUSLY!
I’ve been meaning to start watching Castle for years, but of course when I finally do, I realize that it just ended this spring. The entire series. I’m so pissed that I waited so long! Seriously, why?
Ugh, I don’t even know what to say. It’s disappointing, really. Anyways, I’m going to go continue watching it. I’ll try to post more soon, but we all know how horrible I am at posting when I say I will. I’m trying to get better, really! Bye.
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Hey! I just finished reading this article, discussing the possibility of using antibiotics, like doxycycline, to fight cancer.
Oh. My. God.
This could change everything. I just… I can’t even comprehend it! I don’t know what to say except GO READ IT NOW!!
My mine = blown.
Please share this everywhere. It might save someone’s life! Bye.
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Hey! Well, thank you all for being part of my original 100 followers (this is assuming I’ll get at least one more). A special thanks to 2020hinessight for being the 100th follower! Also, a special thanks to Russell Deasley for being my first follower! Woo hoo! Honestly, I don’t really know why this is so cool, but it feels awesome, so let’s celebrate:
Alright, that’s it. THANK YOU ALL! Bye!
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This literally took me forty five minutes to copy and paste all of these names in order, sooo… well, I don’t know. But it’s gotta mean something 🙂 Just, thank you!
Hey! So, guess what happened today? They found people smoking weed in the freaking boy’s bathroom!! Someone smelled something weird when they went in, and they found ashes on a toilet seat! They eventually figured out who the kid was when he walked into my English teacher’s class (I hear- everyone’s saying this is what happened, but who knows?). She asked him if he was high, and I assume she was kidding, but he giggled and answered yes. She then smelled him and he smelled like… well, like weed does when you smoke it. By the way, I don’t know if this is exactly what happened, because I heard this from other kids, but still. Anyways, there you have it, folks. Today in a nutshell. In other news, though, I’m understanding chemistry, thanks to my awesome, amazing chemistry teacher. Mr. Rose, you’re one of a kind (in a good way, don’t worry). Alright, that’s it. I’m going to go work on a cover for a new story that I’m writing. Bye!
Hey. I’m going to start off with a simple statement of disbelief- April chose Jackson! YESSS!! And… they got MARRIED!!! I’m kinda of in disbelief because I was right, not because she chose him. But, seriously, last night’s episode of Grey’s Anatomy was a huge shocker, in many ways. It made me cry, laugh, scream, yell, shout, and other things (I’m not exaggerating- I seriously yelled and screamed and shouted at the TV 🙂 ). It was AMAZING!! Callie and Arizona are actually working things out majorly (YES YES YES YES YES YES YES!!!!!), and Meredith and Christina seem to finally be starting to patch up their relationship, which is good. But, anyways, I don’t want to ruin the rest of the details for people who haven’t watched it yet, so I’ll force myself to stop and talk about today instead. Today was actually fun. We had a sophomore retreat, and even though we just stayed in the gym mostly, secluded from the freshmen, juniors, and seniors, it was still pretty awesome. One of my favorite teachers of all time shared something very personal that made me literally sob, but that’s okay, because… well, I can’t tell you, because that might give away some private details, and only he can tell people that. I just have to say this: Mr. ____ (you know who you are, even though you’ll probably never read this), I know I already told you this, but you’re really brave for going up there, in front of everyone, and spilling all of that. And I know I wrote this in the letter I gave to you, but regardless of how you got here, I’m really glad that you’re my teacher.
Alright, that’s it for this post. Sorry I couldn’t tell you more, but I can’t tell anybody. Bye!
- Tagged amazing, awesome, favorite, Grey's Anatomy, mystery teacher, retreat, school, shocker, sophomore, teacher, TV
Hey! Well, in case you don’t feel like scrolling down a little to find the last post I did (or maybe this is open in a different window and you don’t feel like going back), here’s the link to the post Apparently I’m REALLY Smart…. And if you don’t feel like reading it, I’ll recap (mostly because maybe it’ll help make it sink in). So, when I was accepted into BCHS, my acceptance letter stated that because I got the highest score on the placement exam, I received a scholarship. Yesterday, my mom and dad had a meeting with my principal and a few other important school people, which resulted in my parents being some stunning news. My mom told me the news (or part of it, I just found out) that apparently I not only scored the highest in the school, I scored one of the highest in the country! Whoa, right? But wait until you hear this next part: I didn’t just get one of the highest scores in the country, I scored in the TOP 1% IN THE COUNTRY!! Okay, I just re-read what I just wrote, and I think it just sunk in a little, because I feel… I don’t know how to describe it. But I only feel like this a little bit, so it still needs to sink in more. Still, how?! Alright, I’m going to end the post here, since I just forgot what I wanted to say next. Bye!
- Tagged amazing, awesome, BCHS, crazy, Dad, me, mom, parents, school, smart, update
Hey. So, I’m kind of numb when I’m writing this, but I’m hoping that doing a post on it will help make it sink in. Now, I don’t know if I ever told you, but I got the highest score on the placement exam out of BCHS’s incoming freshman class when I took it two years ago. Well, I just found out yesterday that, not only did I get the highest score out of all the BCHS kids, I got one of the highest scores in the entire country. WHAT?! I just re-read what I wrote and I’m still in disbelief. My principal told my mom this yesterday when they had a meeting, and he also told her that I still have the potential to get a free ride to whatever college I want, even now, if I get my act together. I was like, what? I’m failing history and chemistry. How can I possibly get a free ride to college? My mom said it’s because the colleges will see that I do really good on standardizes tests (granted that I do good on the SATs) and that I got my act together, and they’ll want me. But, just, wow. That’s crazy to hear. Alright, I can’t really write any more on this right now, since it still hasn’t sunk in yet, so I’m going to end the post here. Bye!