Friday, September 24, 2010
Wednesday was a lot of fun. Spent the Fall Equinox with some of my favorite people, sitting around the fire, goofing off at the park, listening to guitar, eating yummy food. I'm sad that this project is over, but also a little relieved, and definitely excited for fall. Thank you so much to everyone who has read this blog. I have a Blog class at Village now, so I may start posting more on other blogs. I will let you know :) Goodbye, Summer 2010, you were quite awesome. <3
Since I started this blog with a picture of a fire on the Summer Solstice, I thought it would be cool to end it with one. So here you go :)
Tuesday, September 21, 2010
Today is officially the last day of Summer. However, I am planning to post one more picture tomorrow, since I don't think it technically becomes Fall until 8ish? Anyway, we're having a Solstice party tomorrow night, with a fire. So I thought it would be nice to end the project with that.
Today was a cleaning day, getting ready for tomorrow. Still a pretty good day.
Monday, September 20, 2010
Um, OK. Time to explain. Yesterday was pretty good, we went to my Grandma's and hung our for a while and then had dinner with her. I was feeling a lot better, but still cooped up and bored out of my mind, so when we got home Annika and I did this "Barbie" Photo Shoot. Where I dressed up like a creepy doll. Ah, the things we do are so weird sometimes.
Friday I got sick. Sickness really sucks. It was just a minor cold, but I was really bored. So, I whipped out my duct tape and started making Barbie clothes with it. Yay for creativeness!!
And my Mom made this delicious Pot Roast, and we had my grandma over for dinner. That made me feel better :)
I should start a blog called "Me with random objects because I couldn't think of anything else to take a picture of."
Thursday was my first day of classes at Village (homeschool learning center). I love my Banned Books class. I also have a Blog class, and a Science class which doesn't start meeting until next Thursday. Sofia and I have all our classes together, so that's fun.
Anyway, here's me with my adorable stuffed panda.
Wednesday was Book Group. For which I did not read this book. I read the poem The Rime of the Ancient Mariner, as the theme was Poetry. The poem was confusing and long, but once I read the Wikipedia summary I understood it a bit better :P This book is my book for my Banned Books class, which you will read about in the next post. It's The Bell Jar my Sylvia Plath.
Saturday, September 18, 2010
Ok, I'm really behind again, but this will be my last major posting-spree. So bear with me.
Monday, we had our lovely friend Elowen over. Her and Annika played, and I lounged around. That's all I really remember, except for the fact that my Mom made a really yummy dinner, and Elowen took lots of pictures of us.
Monday, September 13, 2010
After Wednesday's adventure, I slept over at Sofia's house with some other friends. We had a lovely campfire and stayed up until passed 3. The next morning we had a great breakfast and sat around the fire some more, then I went home and vegged out. After staying up that late, the only thing I can do is read cheesy books, watch movies, and eat chocolate almonds. So...I didn't take a picture. Because I was...you guessed it...lazy.
On Wednesday, I walked around town with friends. It was fun, but the particular street we picked wasn't as fun as I thought it would be. The one vintage shop we went in was the stuffy over priced kind, rather than the 10 dollar, funky, hippy kind I love :) We did, however, get some excellent french onion soup, and there was some cool scenery.
Tuesday, September 7, 2010
Lets see...On Sunday I went shopping with my family, and we stumbled upon a store having a huge one-dollar clothing sale. I got a few things, and then Sofia and her family met us there and we went to a Coffee shop and hung out for a while. Twas a great day!
Sunday, September 5, 2010
Saturday, September 4, 2010
Friday, September 3, 2010
Yesterday I went swimming with friends and then had a sleepover. Activities including naming every lifeguard, getting in a war with some little kids, and finding even MORE uses for apples to apples cards, like throwing them at each other and making a huge mess, or pulling a certain number of cards which we then had to make a sentence with. At least the latter is somewhat educational? :)