I envy my bulldog's ability to sleep whenever she wants.
I am awake. At 8:01 in the morning. On a Saturday. I get enough of this during the week, why on the weekend now too?!
Last night tired me out. It was the homecoming game and I paid zero attention! My boyfriend bought me a mum after I told him not to because I thought it was silly paying $65 and $45 for ribbons and a bear. But when I got to his house, lying on the counter was a beautiful mum. My first words: “I hate you.” I hadn’t gotten him a garter and I wasn’t able to live it down the whole night. But I thanked him because it was the only mum I’d ever gotten and it was sweet of him. He also kept showing me all the different ribbons. “This one is orchestra-ey. And your name has music notes on it too.” It was the cutest thing ever.
Then we went to Cane’s and the food was really yummy. We dropped a friend off (who I hope gets well soon!), then my boyfriend, and then my friend dropped me off at home (I left my scarf in his car :/.) I then showed off my mum to my grandma and fell right to sleep.
BUT NOW I’M AWAKE. Homecoming dance is tonight. Got A LOT I have to do. Last minute planning, chores, and making myself look good. This day might be hectic. I’m sorta stoked.
I can just finish the review on the bus tomorrow and then have my boyfriend help me with what I don’t get. I seriously hope I don’t fail that test tomorrow T^T
-on another note, I just saw some stuff on tv about “shark whisperers” because of the sharks’ Ampullae of Lorenzini. I take pride in knowing stuff like this because of Aquatic Science. COME AT ME, BROSKI.
The 15-year-old “Llullaillaco Maiden” was sacrificed along with two other children on top of Mt. Llullaillco, in northern Argentina, at 22,000 feet. In the Inca culture only beautiful, healthy, physically perfect children were sacrificed, and it was an honor to be chosen. According to Inca beliefs, the children did not die, but joined their ancestors and watched over their villages from the mountaintops like angels.