It’s summer, I’ve got nothing better to do, guess I might as well open this back up. What’ve I missed since I last posted?
Prom - Awesome. Except when Alice and I ended up in Maryland instead of Ashu’s. >< I screwed that up and I really regret it.. Dinner, and then the dance itself were fun though. Final songs - I Swear, Lean On Me, Stand By Me. How did nobody else know the words to Stand By Me?
Graduation - Awesome. Matt Craddock is a God.
ANGP - Awesome. I won that inflatable obstacle course thing against almost everybody. Must have beaten 30+ different people. Except Tim Tran. >< Haha. Casino was fun, lasertag was fun, etc. Awesome night.
Goodbyes - :( I love you all, 2011.
Beach Week - Awesome. More to come related to that.
Start of Summer Job - Awesome. Was out of the house today from 8:00am until 9:00pm. Good stuff. Little kids are (usually) adorable and hilarious. Haha. :)
Okay I guess that brings everything up to speed. I’ma keep this updated from now on.
There are eight more days of school until graduation. Eight days left of high school. Eight days left at TJ. Eight days left with the class of 2011. How depressing. :(
I think the worst part is that, after those eight days are up, I’ll never see most of my high school class again. :\ And of my friends, besides the ones going with me to William & Mary (Admittedly there are a lot of those - Soon, Mithun, McMurray, Akshay, Hoffman, Bill, among others…) I’m probably not going to see most of them all that often after this year ends. That’s such a depressing thought. :(
There are quite a few people in 2011 that I really wish I’d gotten to know better over these last few years. And unfortunately… Eh. :\
Maybe we went a little overboard on the trolling of our scrapbook for government..
With regards to our adventures at Gerry Connolly’s office: Greetings. Live long and prosper. We are preparing to use this visual medium to relate to you, the observer, the events that transpired during our brief, but glorious, adventure on Capital Hill. Early in the morning, immediately after being dismissed by the esteemed Mr. Zack and Mr. Williams, we sallied forth from Capital Hill to visit the working quarters of Congressman Gerry Connolly. Congressman Connolly is the representative of the the Commonwealth of Virginia’s eleventh congressional district, and is an affiliate of the Democratic Party. Upon entering the spacious facility allocated to his ownership, we were encountered tout de suite an adjutant to the Congressman. Said adjutant relinquished four passes to sojourn to the Capital building in order to bear witness to the spectacle of a session of the convened House of Representatives. Forsooth, we ventured forth to our next adventure.
With regards to our adventures concerning the security guards: Welcome back. We are overjoyed that you have elected to continue to construe our written account of the events that occurred on the date of Tuesday, May the 24th, 2011 in the year of our Lord. Following our encounter with the adjudicate of Congressman Connolly, we prepared to explore the venerable halls of the United States of America Capital building. While vamoosing towards the building, journeying along a cobblestone pathway, we observed a national security officer using his two wheeled transportation device to inhibit our progress along that road. Said guard was wielding a completely automatic lead-propelling combat device, and had raised his right metacarpal in a gesture clearly indicating that he desired that we cease moving towards the Capital. Sir Hunter Merrill, the point man in our miniature company, believed that said officer was seeking a “high five,” and mistakenly attempted to “high five” the man. Needless to say, this infuriated the officer, and he swiftly delivered a harsh verbal shellacking towards Hunter. Forsooth, do you grok my jive, me hearties? Ten-four!