why do the girls next door always hold parties on the nights before i have to be out the door at 7am on a saturday? is it rude to want to bang on their door tonight and ask them to quiet it down, and when they don't (they never do) pound on their door again at 7 when i leave?
I was talking to a close friend who goes to school a few towns over. We were trying to figure out when we could hang out next. She mentioned the old-h.s.-friends-reunion Roca trip in a few weeks. I was like “what trip?” and she proceeded to lead me to the event on facebook. I was not invited, although almost everyone else who is close to our hometown (where i still live might I add) was invited. I will concede that my name falls late in the alphabet, so they may have just gotten lazy.
On the other hand, the girl who planned the event is my former-best-friend replacement best friend (I spiraled into a post-four-funerals-in-eight-month depression this summer and dropped off the face off the earth, would have been nice to have more than just one friend who cared) I’m pretty sure my former friend told her new bestie not to invite me. Oh well. Defiantly glad to be out of high school and that circle-‘o-drama
Which Disney Character do you resemble the most? think out side the box!
Rapunzel. I’m not joking.
I went to an ice cream parlor in my hometown this summer. And I was all dressed up for a fairy-tale melodrama/ play I was in, wearing my gorgeous dress (think horrible, anti-breathing corset) and this little girl walks in and her eyes grew really big and she tugged on her Dad’s sleeve, and was like “Rapunzel, Daddy, Rapunzel.” She wanted a picture with me, but her father didn’t want to impose on me and refused. Silly man. I went up to him and told him that that wasn’t that uncommon- I was in the play, and they should come to the showing. The actors had business card-style coupons that we carried around when we went out in public in costume and of course that girl got a pair, along with a note from all of us plus a picture.