It's a Monday, and the first Monday since Summer Break. So far it's been very uneventful.
Well, I guess I could start with the last day of school.
Fridays are usually the best days ever, but I have a chemistry final left to finish, and let's just say that chemistry and I, we don't get along. So I spent an hour, not studying for my chem finals and then an hour hanging out with friends during my 7th hour final (which is track, so it basically counts as a free period final wise).
Lunch was okay, it was my first time having lunch at Lemon Tree (a small restaurant across from my high school). The prices were reasonable and they actually had some decent fries, the only problem. It was packed! But at least it take me an hour to get through the line like it would if I went to Bagel Cafe to have lunch.
Finally, the dreaded Chemistry Final. I spent 2 hours working on this final and still had 6-7 questions left to answer when I handed it to the teacher (but my parents don't need to know that).
After that was all done it finally felt like the last day of school. I got to lay in the sun, watch football guys practice and do flips on the track equipment (in the process showing every guy on the field that I do, in fact, have a toned-ish body *facepalm*).
My mom picked me up and that was when it started to feel like school wasn't over again. Once I entered the car my mom told me that we have to go get my dog from the vet because she had been bitten by a snake. When I say her, the poor thing looked like a St. Bernard and my dogs a Golden Retriever. It was a sad sad day for the canines in the house.
But it still didn't feel like the last day of school.
Saturdays are suppose to be uneventful, so I'll spare you guys the boredom.
I cleaned the whole house until 12 in the afternoon. Not to mention got in a huge argument with my mom (which really frustrates me, because every time we have people come over my moms a b**** about house cleanliness).
And we did in fact have people come over for dinner, my parents friend (and my new violin teacher) and my dads friend who brought his wife...and 16 year old son.
He wasn't completely attractive, but he was of the opposite gender so that was enough to shut me up until dinner when I actually talked to people that were not blood related to me.
And I actually found out that 16 year old boy was pretty cool and I had nothing to be shy about (cause he was only friend material, plus he had a girlfriend, so meh).
Pretty eventful day.
And then back to present day.
I didn't really do anything till around 12 pm when I found out that my family is officially taking a trip to Florida and we have rooms for set trip date at a Disney World Resort.
Then I talked to my best friend and she is officially coming over at around 5 pm to spend the night.
We basically watched movies (and if you're interested we watched [in order]: The Sandlot, Forrest Gump, and That Awkward Moment). And then a guy friend of hers kept trying to ask her out so I put my acting skills to use and calmly told him that he should stop trying to ask my "girlfriend" out. It's a wee bit insulting...just a wee bit.
Of course (getting his ego crushed) he hung up and then got super pissed at me cause I'm "over protective" so now he can never ask her out without me getting in the way (success, we wanted that to happen anyway [she wasn't interested in him])
Some people can not take a joke, nor can they realize that they've been joked when we vaguely told him afterwards it was a joke. Welp, american boys will be american boys.
And now it's 2:09 am and I should probably get to bed.
P.S. We saw a rainbow!
My Best Friend <3
Me. (Such derpy picture)