I actually sat here for a long time trying to think of a suitable title, and then I gave up. So I just wrote in the first line of the chorus of the song I’m currently playing. I think maybe for this whole summer I’ll do just that, and I’ll pick songs from my summer playlist (that I haven’t made yet but I will, and I know this song will be on it).
So this song is:
Kids In Love – Mayday Parade
Sorry, Mai, but you inspired me to do this.
The downside of me doing this, of course, is that at a glance you wouldn’t know what the post will be about, just (if you happen to like my type of music) what song I was listening to.
This post will be a photo post. I just cleaned out my study and decided to take pictures of stuff I discover hidden away in piles of paper and books. Since in my study I basically chuck everything that I come across during the course the year (and, apparently, last year and some from the year before) I thought it would be a fun memory lane trip thing. (It also means that the page might take a while to load for people with slower internet. Although I’ve compressed all the pictures, they’re still over 100 kb each.)
The crap I had in front of my computer. Note the 3 cool gadgets, in size order.
My English teacher needed to learn names. I thought the Joker thing was really snazzy.
Ah, I couldn’t bring myself to throw out the folder of notes from Jack’s. It’s actually really heavy now.
Here’s a visual of what I was writing about a few weeks back. April, as you can see, signed her name very “bigly”.
Oh, Pooki, Eunice, if you still read this…I still have it.
Just. Plain. Awesome. Also, ignore the huge scratch on my screen protector.
I love it. I forgot what was in the letter (I didn’t re-read it) but I remember it was nice.
See those blanks? They were me walking around the library making people talk to me.
12I = the entire known physical universe.
See, proof that I’m hardcore. Highlighted in bright pink are my misdemeanors.
Was tempted to write “FAil” like I did last time but no.
Haha, April, remember this! This was at the start of Yr 11. The packaging made me rofl.
I drew this way back in 2007. Carmaine had sprained her ankle, and I drew this small comic depicting what would have happened if I had to move her because she couldn’t do it herself. Everything is to scale.
Do you see the “hand up brief” one? It made the entire class chortle. That’s what she said.
It’s blurry, but that message got me through some pretty rough Methods class.
Look what I found! This was end of Yr 10, 2007. When I took the picture of the picture, my camera recognized our faces.
Dom, Carmaine, remember these guys? I still haven’t opened mine haha.
Just when I thought I finished, I turned around and saw this.
I cleaned out that pile of textbooks that I couldn’t/didn’t sell. What do I do with them now? Seriously, someone tell me.
Sorry if I just capped someone.
Well, it was a pretty good trip down memory lane. There were heaps of stuff I chucked out that I didn’t take a picture of, for example the stuff we wrote for English at the start of the year that was meant to be about us. That wasn’t used.
2 favorite things I found were the comic of Carmaine and the photographs.
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