PAINT (Art Club)
HHART (if I can figure if we're ever meeting again)
JCL (Latin Club)
Interactive Video Club
Because my senior profile is currently reading "Japanese Club 9, Newspaper 10, HHART 10". And that's just boring. So this year, I'll try for Book Club, Literary Club, and HHART, depending on when they're meeting. And then continue with 'em next year, adding Choir on to my profile. Since rugby and Teen VOICE won't be included, since they're not school sponsored activities. And depending on how in shape rugby gets me, I may join a school sport! Horror of horrors.
Going through my old elementary school yearbooks sure is fun.
Third grade: We had a newspaper at Princess Anne? Bizarre. Between that and the Halloween dance, we were more after school activities than in middle school.
Fourth grade: Spelling Bee, you can JUST make me out in a group shot. Me in my boy-haircut at BLT (Bonus Learning Time, the place you went during off-track time if your parents worked during the day). I made a really cute boy. I'm also in the group shot for Christmas break BLT. It's kind of cute, because they put the graduation year on all the main pages (such as 'Kindergarten, Class of 2010'). I'm in the fourth grade cutout page in a group shot, wearing my dorky winter hat with the flaps over the ears. My class pic is me looking incredibly hippie with long slightly curly hair and a hairwrap and my nature shirt. AND OMG! Curtis' picture is in here! Haha! He was such a dork back then! His advice? "Don't bring Giga pets." Hee. And hey! Morgan, my first Coloradan crush! Then he moved. Sad.
Fifth grade: Spelling Bee again. Me in my crappy boy haircut and WAY too much hair gel. Ick. And Chris Mack is such a moron. His advice? "Don't do drugs, you can get in trouble with the DARE officer." Granted, I remember writing in and asking the DARE officer if sniffing dog food counted as an inhalent, and I was being serious, so...
Well, I've got a new 'if I had Tivo I'd Tivo it' show: Numb3rs. And guess what? Unless I misheard it, it's going to be on Fridays after tonight, so I don't have to miss any of my normal shows! And I even understood a lot of the stuff - obviously not the actual equations, I'm acing Geometry, not Calculus 3, but I got the theory behind all of it. And from what some of my dad's engineering co-workers have said, the theory is what most people have problems with. Man, this show almost has me wanting to go into math as a career. Almost. We'll see if Mr. Gomez'll sign me off for AP Probability & Statistics for next year first.
Plus, David Krumholtz. Hopefully, he'll get uber-famous for this and go on shows and he'll name drop Serenity and it'll become an uber huge hit and we'll all rejoyce and get action figures. Amen.
Yeah, I need to get a life. Or something less geeky than this crime hobby of mine. And yes, I am holding back my urge to go grab either Murder in the Hearse Degree or A Pedigree to Die For and curl up to get a good read on. After all, then I'll lose track of the time and CSI's got a repeat tonight on CBS.
Maybe I'll make a crime-themed mood theme. Because these little red X's are kinda annoying, don'tcha think?
(Note: Yes, the title of this was the title of an essay I wrote for Weissman. Yes, I have no shame.)