The sad thing about living where I do is that the counties right above us intercept all of the snow. Tomorrow, it is supposed to snow 3-6 inches (wow...) and everyone thinks that we will get out of school. Yeah right! The superintendent is from Boston, and if we do anything, we'll end up getting out at 1 or 2. So I guess that's what I'm hoping for!
I know, I know. I haven't blogged in a while. But I have been so busy! My birthday was on Tuesday, the 26th (yay!) and I turned 15. I had a great dinner and an awesome home made ice cream cake! I am planning on getting my permit sometime within the next week or so.
Another big event coming up this weekend is D-Now. It is a huge amazing thing at my church each year. Everyone is divided by age and sex, and then down into groups of about 12-15 people. The groups all stay at different host homes that have been volunteered away by parents and church members. We go to church on Friday and get everything ready. Then we have our first session (worship and lesson) and then we go to the host home and have our small group talk. Same thing Saturday morning and night, and in the middle of the day, we have some sort of activity. Then on Sunday, we all pack up and have our last session that morning. The fun thing is that you're with people your own age and everyone brings snacks and cereal and drinks and we just have fun!
This semester is much easier than last semester. I have Theatre, Honors English, World History, and Family/Consumer Science (home ec). Today we had our first big performance in theatre. We had to write a 3 page script for two people, and I wrote a great script about a kleptomaniac (someone who has a constant urge to steal) going on a job interview. Here it is!