I gotta remember to update....especially when I have a busy
weekend like I just did. Friday was a normal Friday for me, school (booooring),
Japanese lessons, during which Eriol-kun and I managed to get severly off-topic
multiple times, went online, and went to bed after watching sci-fi. Saturday, me
and my friend Kate took the SSATs (Secondary School Admissions Test....its for
private schools), which was three hours long and very boring and kinda hard.
Afterwards, my mom took us both to McDonalds, and I ate like
Yukito-chan.....very, very quickly, and rhythmicly. That night, me, Kate, Grace,
and Squirrel Queen went rollerblading at a roller skating rink from seven thirty
to eleven, and Squirrel Queen and I discussed ideas for a Touya songfic to the 3
Doors Down song Kryptonite. Sunday morning, my mom didn't make me go to church,
but my brother and his friend kept coming into my room and waking me up loudly.
I went to Youth Group. We had a cook-out (well, sorta..) and a speaker came to
talk to us about Islam, and I invited Grace and Squirrel Queen. The talk was
very interesting. Afterwards, the three of us had a sleepover at Squirrel
Queen's house (I called you Hikari-chan, but you weren't home...) and stayed up
to two in the morning watching Meet the Parents (that is a FUNNY movie!), and
the single, subtitled Fushigi Yugi tape I own. I have made FY fangirls out of
both of them. Grace decided to be a Tamahome fangirl (I kept whispering
"Tamahome! Tamahome!!' in her ear today), and Squirrel Queen is now a Hotohori
fangirl (I remain as always, a Yukito/Yue fangirl). We got woken up at seven the
next morning by SQ's little sister Victoria, made pancakes, and then Grace left.
Me and SQ went over to my house, and woke my brother up at ten AM by pounding on
the door, which was locked. Then we watched Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within,
which sucked...too many people died, although the graphics were pretty good.
Today was normal, and I had flute lessons today. Tomorrow is Mulitcultural Day
at my school which means no classes! YAY!!! Of course, I have to wear a stupid
costume for our project on Ireland, but hey, it can't be that bad.