My ode to summer. FARE THEE WELL ;___; Anatomy is off, but oh well D:
On a totally random note, my favorite summer song is "Summertime" by Aaron Carter. I remember when it first came on Radio Disney, I was rockin to it. I still call in every once in a while trying to see if I can get a request in, simply out of fun. I always ask for that song or "Miss Independent" by Kelly Clarkson, because those are the songs that really stand out at me from back when I listened to RD. I've only gotten through once or twice though, and never have been put on the internet. Fail to me!
So. School starts tomorrow. Yup yup, and do you know what this means?
This means doodles. Doodles in the masses. I love doodling in class, despite how "bad" it is for my education.
Am I happy summer is over? No, not really. Sure it got boring towards the end of it, but I did enjoy the first month and the various trips. I had a lot of fun this summer! I mean, sure, not the most productive *stares at to-do list* but I enjoyed it. I still have to finish the Boys of Summer picture I've been working on for almost a year now [October will be the first anniversary of its existence, I think], start my cosplay, finish my Disney Female Leads thing [stopped at Pocahontas, #12 out of 62 D:] and even finish summer reading, but that's all good.
And next summer? Totally totally forcing dad to ACTUALLY get me driving lessons and piano lessons. I don't care who's with or not with me, I just want to get those two things out of the way.
As far as school goes, I'm excited. I mean, not exstatic, but I don't have Mr. Rodriguez, my terrible horrible art teacher, so that's a start. My electives are Computer Science, which I know nothing about, and Theater Arts. The teacher is good I hear, and all my friends love that class, but due to really weird nerves, I find myself getting very tense in front of other people. Maybe I'll get over that with this class.
Other classes are the usual: Chemistry, which I'm anxious about but apparently the class is easy so long as you do the work, Spanish, Algebra with "Mr. Vacancy" [teacher hasn't been found yet?], World History with a new teacher and English with a teacher who they say comes in class with a hangover sometimes, so yay?
I'm not looking foward to the jerks from my school though. Said jerks would be a socially awkward kleptomaniac, an asshole who lets people piss him off way to easily thus causing people to make fun of him thus making him an asshole, and then the various other name calling jerks out there. Ah, and of course there's the inevitable- and evil, evil machine. The Snack Machine
*hiss* It bring me in with it's eyes, I swear it.
Ha, I'm rabbling. You're here for the art. You're not gonna read this!
EXTRA! Hamlet 2
Being the last day of summer, Katie, Morgan, Janay, and I headed over to the theater to drink some milkshakes and see a movie. We snuck into Hamlet 2
right as the Herpes commercial was playing, so I don't know if we missed the background of the main character or what, but what we missed could have been drastic because I am missing something with this film.
I liked it but it was too short to get any real character development done other than the teacher. The other kids - being the ones in the play the teacher wrote, "Hamlet 2" - also develop but off camera and with no real depth.
I wouldn't recommend it to anyone anyway. The focal point of the film, the actual play, is more entertaining than the movie itself but doesn't live up to the hype. Still, the soundtrack for the movie is funny.
And yeah, that's it really. I don't remember much about it. I've been terrible with remembering movies as of late, including The Dark Knight, which I need to see again btw.