Screw the Menstrual Cycle

Saturday, June 07, 2008

Yes, screw it indeed.


I hate feeling cramped up all the time, and I know nobody out there wants to read this but I'm PMS-ing right now so I really could care less.

But I'm going to stop because it's pretty awkward for me to be writing about being on my period.
Right...if Taylor was here right now it would be like an awkward turtle fest.

Calvin Crest Countdown is 7 days. 1 week from now, I'm all packing, packing, and more packing. The coming week is going to consist of me finishing the stupid menstrual cycle, getting my next cavity filled, packing, buying camp essentials (Example: bug spray, sunscreen, huge amounts of candy that I won't be able to eat, etc) and planning my memory verse station for VBS.

The week will fly by before I know it.
Trust me, it always does.

You know how I had written a couple weeks ago about feeling that summer is going to bring a lot of changes? It kind of has already...but since it's not into full swing yet, I'm sure there are more changes to come. I like it though. Summer has always been like a "birthing" time of year for me, so I'm a fresh new person when I start the school year.

I don't even want to think about school right now, however...

My AP homework is still well, in the process of being done. I'm still working through my first novel, "How to Read Literature Like a Professor" and after that I have to read through "Brave New World" which I am kind of excited about, since it'll be actually semi-interesting to read. Then 3 assignments, an essay, a comparison of HTRLLAP's tactics and BNW's storyline, and a study guide and AP homework is done.

Is it weird that I just had the thought of whether I could read a book and do laundry at the same time? Yea...not my greatest idea. I actually need to go over how to do my laundry with my dad again, so I know what to do when they leave for their trip and while I'm at Calvin Crest.

Don't think it's embarassing that I don't know how to do my own laundry, after all I found out today that my friend Matt just learned how to tie a balloon. For the first time. And he's 14.

Well, that gave me a laugh.

I'm off to go fold laundry, read my AP homework, clean my room, and sleep.
Actually...no.
I'm off to go do more offers at rewards1.

Tee-hee =]



"Faith without works is dead."

Respectfully submitted,
Leah

1 comments

  1. Lol

    Leah you are amazing, I'm praying for you, not in the like "you're a terrible person or I feel sorry for you" way, but in the "I love you as a sister in Christ and you have great spiritual gifts" kinda way :]

    hold up, wait a minute put a litle love in it!

    ReplyDelete