Tuesday, January 18, 2011

new clothes. new schedule. new me.

glide away on soapy heels, promise not to promise anymore
After a long day of shopping, Firehouse subs, and three fish, came today. I was able to find tons of new clothes, I was excited for that. I knew I was getting new classes, TA, and English. TA became even better when I found out Lauren Faber was TA-ing with me. I went to talk to Van Orden about stuff. Coolest lady ever. She said she was making a seating chart for my new class. I told her who to put me by, and who not to put me by, I think she will listen. She asked why, I told her, we laughed. I went to math and got in trouble for quoting Dumb and Dumber at the exact same time as Sarah. "So you're telling me there's a chance!" We didn't even plan it. So I got moved to the front. Lame. English. English was interesting. The class was WAY different then my old one. Everyone was quiet and talked when it was their turn. Every little comment I made to someone around me made me feel like I was being so loud. Ok, I may seem like a loud one, but NOT in English. Then I went to lunch with Mady, Sarah and Lydia. Did you know Lydia is the funniest girl in the world? Everything she was saying was so funny. Yearbook-- we spent the first five minutes trying to find Lyd's class. Ok, not a big deal but it was fun. Then just worked, I made the weirdest, strangest noise/laugh. Oh man, I love those yearbookers... yearbookies... I don't know what to call them. They are all so funny. Ok, when Emma said we'd be like a family I didn't get it. But then I realized something-- ask yourself, would I be friends with my family if I wasn't their family? I guarantee someone said no, or not all of them. That's how yearbook is. Let's be honest here, I probably would talk to like none of them if it weren't for yearbook. We are all COMPLETELY different. A random group of students who just get together and work, yet, we always have a good time. I love the staff. They are hilarious, in their own way. Great people. ( That means 5 is complete)

Never forget the word of the week- WISDOM.

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“Be happy. It's one way of being wise.”- Sidonie

“Wise men speak because they have something to say; Fools because they have to say something.” -Plato

“Never mistake knowledge for wisdom. One helps you make a living; the other helps you make a life.”-Sandra Carey

“The highest form of wisdom is kindness”-The Talmud

God, grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference.”- Reinhold Niebuhr