im supposed to be doing my homework today but i hate my teacher and I miss blogging so muchhhhhh it hurtz (well at least i have a blog). School is already running for 3 weeks now. Everything went too fast and damn I desperately need long holidays even though I just got out from one. Just nO two and a half months are not enough because there are still so many things to do, and all I did was cram into my desk and going online for the rest of the summer. god im so jealous of u fellow awesome british bloggers who just started your holiday
Although my summer would be 10000000 times better if only there are thrift store around here h4h4h4
well I just got back from this leadership camp, a part of the student orientation program and I only liked the first day where we stayed at school. We slept in classes and we got to choose our roommates soooo I slept with the coolest people I've ever met in the last 3 weeks. I woke up at 4 AM and took a good cold shower. After that we just hung out around the class, talking until 6 AM and it's so much fun. I love school sleepovrs. The next day we take buses to the camping ground. The camp was pretty ugh. home is great.
I didn't take many pictures of my schoolground, sadly. But this is my favorite picture of the first floor hallways at sunrise. The sun shone so dramatically bright like in the movies. And on that moment, I swear I didn't want to be anywhere else but there, and there only.
so this is my friend, she's an otaku (a die hard anime/manga fans, to educate yourself :3) like my old middle school pal, so I think it's safe to say i'm pretty experienced on handling sudden otaku fangirling that happens pretty often. she's great. and late night we were doing a girl talk session under our sleeping bag and we happen to like the same person :]
She loves music, and she was the first person I met during the freshmen academic test. She's really nice too, and there are more cool people I didn't get to take their picture!!
Oh and my school. Now I take bus rides to school. I don't mind them, actually it's like a kind of mini adventure. I could watch people, write about them, and practice my deductions according to how they dress, how they act, or how they hold their phones.
Some guys were there since primary school, and some other were from a different school, but still comes in large cackling pack of wolves. Everything they do feels natural, like they've been doing this for their whole life. Some new acquaintances (since I'm not sure we're friends already ha) of mine has been here since elementary school. I've been to three different elementary schools, and once moved into a new town and I had to start all over again, and then move back in 4 years. It was tiresome, but worth it. I can't imagine being stuck in one place your whole life, never moving. I wonder how it feels like, never having to get used to anything in your life.
A friend from my old school also goes here and she hates it. I didn't agree, nor did I second the statement, but I think we have no right thinking that way. Not yet. It's only been 2 weeks since we stepped in the building with our uniformed faux-leather Mary Janes. You can't judge a school based on your 2 weeks experience, not when you don't give it a shot.
I'm kinda concerned with her. But her problem is getting old. My jaded ole friend is in the same class with me now and she's just being her hating everything old self.
this song has been featured in like every TV ads ever but i'm still not tired of listening it. the acoustic version is just very heartwarming <3<3 and idk guys please give me music recommendation, my music taste is boring me.