Wow I havent updated in like forever. Last week was not of much interest, except our puddle excapade. Friday night me and Amanda went to the Burlington Mall and went christmas shopping and what not. We went to au bon pan for dinner and it was realy good. The guys that made the sandwiches and stuff were wicked funny. Saturday Ricky came and set up our new computer! I'm so glad he did it because me and my mom would have been so lost. So then Ev came over that night and we baked cookies. They were very good if I do say so myself. We watched christmas movies from the 25 days of christmas. Sunday I went driving and did a bunch of homework. I made churros for spanish, and they came out really good, but churros arent very good the next day. Monday we had the spanish lunch thingy and I am never eating like authentic Guatamalan food ever again. ick. Amanda drove me home and I got ready to go into Boston for the Elie Wiesel lecture thing.
Me, Amanda and Katherine had the cutest outfits on and Amanda and Katherine got made fun of for their ho boots and me for my skirt. Amanda got shunned by some lady in the train station due to her outfit, but it was all in fun anyways. We got to Fire and Ice, but Raia was late, so we talked about all of the Pope John scandals. I learned a lot lol. We finally sat down without him, but he got there like as soon as we sat down. Dinner was wicked good. The chef guy flung a piece of chicken or shrimp at Rosie and then got in trouble for it. I felt so bad because he was so nice. Mary talked about fish camp and I actually said something hilarious. "One time...at fish camp...I found a swordfish..." It may be one of those things that you had to be there for, but it was hilarious none the less. Then we got some really good hot chocolate and walked through Boston in the snow. I was in the best mood because snow, Boston and christmas make me really happy lol.
We got to Harvard and were waiting outside the Memorial Chruch for the lecture only to discover someone doesnt know what shaded are. This guy was in his window wearing next to nothing, getting dressed and what not. It was quite an enjoyable spectacle. Anyways...
The lecture was ok. I was hoping that he would talk about his own experience and not answer questions. And even if people were going to ask questions you would think that they would ask him about his experiences, but no. It was all about is opinion on Sudan and that stuff, which I didnt find to interesting. Harvard is gorgeous, especially in the snow, so of anything, I really enjoyed getting to see part of the campus. We left around 8:30 and took the train home. I got home around 10 and welcome my 4 hours of homework. I got that done around 2 then went to bed around 2:30ish. I woke up at 6 instead of 5:30 and went to school as tired as ever. School was alright, then I had driver's ed after school. Me and Rachel turned every song we thought of into one about sleep. It was quite amusing.
I went back to the school at 6 for the open house. My first group was like ideal. They asked normal questions and they were personable. The second group, the mother was really nice, two of the girls were really nice, but one was your typical I'm better than everyone and lets let everyone know it type. But it was fine anyways. I kept making pit stops in the cafeteria for food. Then I got locked out of Raia's room where my stuff was. Me and Jo did a lap around the 4th floor because we heard "the laugh", only to find that we could have gone through the campus ministry office to get to the yearbook room, where Raia was. I went home, watched Laguna Beach, cried because I realized that would be us in like a year and a half. Scary.
No school today! Off to Cambrideside Galleria with Amanda, Katherine, pearline, her sister and possibly Jo. Toodles.