Happy Monday everyone!
I hope you all have an excellent start to the week!
But if you show up for work or school and you spill your coffee or get a paper cut or forget your lunch or trip over your fellow students/co workers, don’t be discouraged. It can only improve from there!
Also I’m in all new classes today because it’s the start of a new term.
Which means it’s like the first day of school all over again, which is probably one of the worst school-related scenarios you could think up for a Monday. Especially a Monday without coffee.
Off to Algebra 2, my friends, tally ho ; ]
paralian: (noun) one who lives by the sea
grandiloquent: (adjective) pompous or extravagant in language, style, or manner, especially in a way that is intended to impress.
acosmist: (noun) one who believes nothing exists
My Spanish teacher told us to write a short story in Spanish…
He said it could be about anything we wanted, perferably about something that interested us.
So I wrote about Dan Radcliffe and Darren Criss in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying on Broadway.
I believe the words estrella, maravilloso, and espectacular were used more than once.
This past September, when we were first starting our English class, our teacher had us write about ourselves. I mentioned Nerd Quirks.
At the time, I had 3,000 followers or so.
I now have 15,200ish followers.
It’s crazy to think that 3,000 was only 4/5 months or so ago!
And it’s all thanks to all of you for being here and being so awesome! :]
Did you ever read Bunnicula in elementary school?
I did, when I was six. It was really good and I loved it. But I could never look at rabbits the same way again.
The rabbit from the Trix commercial? Creepy.
The Energizer Bunny? So scary.
The Easter bunny? In my house?! Forget it!
#elementary school trauma