Personally, I think that his decision wasn't very smart, but everyone makes mistakes. What is a joke to one person, might be an insult to another. I don't think that the school should completely ban halloween costumes, but it wouldn't hurt for them to make a few rules and regulations that the students have to follow when picking out their costumes. I know that I would be terribly upset if I couldn't wear my halloween costume because of one minor thing, especially one that could be fixed.
Monday, October 27, 2008
Oh goodness...If only I were invisible.
The one thing that I would LOVE to do if I were invisible would be to follow Matthew McConaughey around for like a solid week! He is drop-dead-gorgeous. And then, after I start feeling like a stalker, I would probably want to just roam around and see a bunch of stuff that most people overlook when they're too busy paying attention to other stuff, or they're scared someone's going to see them looking at them so they keep their eyes straight ahead. I'm pretty sure that I'd see quite a few interesting things going on that I didn't even know was possible. Being invisible would be quite advantageous because you could get away with so many things and scare so many people, but when people start running into you, spilling beverages on you, or even swinging things and hitting you, that's when things start heading south. I would like to be invisible, but only for a while.
Wednesday, October 22, 2008
Oh the memories...
I bet you hear that a lot don't you? It's because everyone has so many memories. They might be good, might be bad, might be happy, or they might be sad, but everyone has them and, unless you have severe memory loss, no one can take that away from you.
One of my favorite memories involved my good friend, Demetria. We were wondering about in Wal-Mart, when all the sudden, we see this gorgeous pair of neon green, yellow, and orange high-heels being displayed on the shelf. They attracted both of our attention immediately, and so we decided to get a little better look at them (if you know what I mean.) So she goes over to the shoes and gracefully puts them on, as if she wears them everyday. Now just imagine this, a talk, dark-skinned, slim girl wearing those bright shoes gliding across the aisle in Wal-Mart. I'm sure you, like myself, pictured that being wonderful and perfect. Well little did I know...I was in for a rude awakening. From the very first step that she took, it was downhill from there. She tripped, stumbled, wiggled, and wobbled, and sometimes all that at once! And then, watching her but barely able to see her because my eyes were all watery, I watched her lose all control and nearly crack her ankle on the way to the floor! All the sudden I feel it coming, it won't stop, I'm trying with all my might to hold it back, and BOOM! I feel a warm liquid running down both sides of my legs! The only thing I can do is sit down, and when she decides that she's had enough of the shoe department for one day, she tells me to get up and go with her. My only response was, "I can't!" She gives me an awkward look and I could tell that she had no clue was I was talking about. I finally told her and she had to push me home in a grocery basket.
Now that, my friend, is what you call funny.
Wednesday, October 15, 2008
As you already know, we aren't going to be having bonfires anymore, and I was just thinking about a few alternatives for that decision.
Now I don't know about you, but I LOVE to dance, and I LOVE to be around tons of people! So, I was thinking that maybe, just maybe, we could have a pre-homecoming dance. It would be even more fun if it was in a gym with a bunch of black lights! I think that would most definitely suit everyone and dissolve the sorrow in their hearts left from the "no-bonfire law" away. And even though I adored the previous bonfires, my fellow Americans did always say to me, "DON'T PLAY WITH FIRE!"
Yeah, I know I know. You're probably thinking that the dance could get WAY out of hand, and especially since it's in the dark, but if we had a black light peprally right before it, things could turn out wonderful. For example, one rule could be that if you didn't attend the peprally, then you aren't allow to attend the dance. That would make the peprallies much more enthused, including the football players, and it could lead to spectacular games played by the boys. It would also make the cheerleaders create remarkable ideas for the peprally itself!