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Friday, November 02, 2001

PSAT went well. Now I have a state diving competition to go to tomorrow, wish me luck. Today I had a French test on the subjunctive and an English test about The Taming of the Shrew.

Tomorrow I'm going to go to the set build for the fall play Lysistrata. It's really sad, at my audition I burst into tears because I was so nervous. I didn't know the new drama teacher (who just happens to be really cool when you get to know her) so I was really uncomfortable and then I couldn't do the stupid accent she wanted us to do so I got really scared and frustrated and just started crying. After the set build, I get to go to the library to meet with the other officers of the library teen council because I'm the treasurer.

I got my grades yesterday--I'm doing well in all my classes but the teachers, methinks, don't really like me this year. My French teatcher is annoyed that I'm doodling in her class, my chemistry teacher says I "severly lack organizational skills" because I'm late for labs, the English teacher thinks I'm annoying and mumble and correct her too often, and the strings teacher thinks I'm incompetent because my violin teacher moved and I can't find her new address. The only teacher who doesn't not like me is the math teacher who is glad that I'm enjoying/getting a B- in his class. All the other grades are A's, A-'s, and B+'s. Yay for me.

My friend Elena is applying for the internship at the Barrow's Neurological Institute, which I hope she gets.

Today at play practice I learned to swing dance, which is really very amusing.

The dreamy Tony has switched schools so no more eyecandy for Gaffer. How unfortunate.

Goodbye for now.


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