Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Testing 1, 2, 2 1/2, 2 3/4, 2 7/8, 3!

You are my guinea pigs. I might as well be honest. I still care about you, but being my first blog readers, you get to try out new things. :) Like emailing posts to my blog! hurray!
Being my first readers, I'll let you in on a highly well-known secret (sarcasm cough). I'm going to start a new blog about all about going to China! Please, make sure it feels welcome; the new kid on the block is always the last one picked. More information latah (When I have it).
Over and out,
Cool photo! (don't know if it will work)

Tuesday, June 7, 2011


"Change is inevitable - except from a vending machine."  ~Robert C. Gallagher

I've almost forgotten how to write.  Two days on summer vacation can do that.
Welcome to my humble and insignificant cookery of words.
Yes, I know that we bake cookies; not cook cookies.
I'm still going to call this place a cookery.
Besides, a bakie just sounds healthy or something.


Because I haven't written in so long I probably deserve to be shoved in the pouch of a kangaroo and have flying monkeys hooked on crack lick my eyeballs for the rest of my life. 

Unfortunately, I have still maintained my ability to make random, slightly dull jokes.
Change (winds) Demotivator

I know that I've changed. This past year of high school has made me into someone different. Perhaps not for better or worse, but definitely different. There's this certain feeling I get whenever I look at last year's yearbook and see myself smiling back from a face I almost don't recognize. I see all of my friends smiling at me, braces and all, and then I come to my picture. I always feel this mixture of surprise-at how much I've grown, loss-for all those good, stress free times I will never have back, and gain-at how much more attractive I look.

A couple of things that did change me this year for the better, however were:

made the school tennis team
2,000 dollar college scholarship 
ballroom dance 
had an awesome Chinese class
made friends with some amazing people
stayed friends with equally amazing people
learned how to do a back-flip
accepted to study Chinese in Shanghai for part of the summer <  as;lfiukha'lfn'pjafS"F:binS"DLf;algnbZDGFBS:FRJB:dlfjgna;bndg;ghfesan^gj] 
** Ahem, that was me expressing pure, compressed excitement for the last thing on my list.
I'm, um, going to China. I'M GOING TO CHINA!
I'll be startin' a blog all about my adventures in China, so I won't go into this very much. 
a;sdlgjfa (;slfg*&na;lsnb'a!@#$%d'b%&vah' spif *
I have to get it out of my system somehow...
Well, as I was saying:
Times have changed, people have changed, and hopefully your socks have been changed.

And that's about it.