I’ll tell you where the heck I’ve been for the past three-ish months.
Remember that time I said I was back from my blogging hiatus? Well… it ended up becoming a lie. Unwillingly, believe me. I haven’t been reading AT ALL these past two months because of reasons I will state below. Basically this a sort of life update, if you’re interested in that kind of thing.
This life event has 3 parts, all of which I will also narrate.
- PRE-PROM: See, in our weird-ass school, prom partners are ASSIGNED. By height. (Smallest in our batch? *raises hand* *cries*) And holy crap guys, the nerves were REAL. Everyone was talking about prom partner goals and disappointments and just asdfghjkl. We were all so gittery with excitement, fear and general nervousness. There were also preparations, like getting your dress/suit ready, nails, hair… You know. Those very important things.
- PROM: MORE NERVES. Because spending your night with a partner you might’ve never met before? Dude, it’s scary shit. AND THE AWKWARDNESS. HO-LY CRAP I FELT LIKE JUMPING OUT ONE OF THE WINDOWS EVERY TIME THERE WAS AN AWKWARD SILENCE.
- POST-PROM: My squad and I booked a room so that we wouldn’t have problems going home late (and ended up falling asleep around 5:30 in the morning), and guys, we were SEVEN people in a regular room. We were like sardines, basically. Legit. One movement caused a domino effect. XD Also the free breakfast buffet? It closes at 10:00am. WE WOKE UP AROUND 9:30. XD
Every class from the Juniors and Seniors have an overnight retreat yearly, and as Junior, it was my first time experiencing one. To be honest, I didn’t give a crap about any of the motivational speaking (for some reason, those things take a lot of time to get through to me), but the class heart-to-heart session? Holy shit it just about killed me. All those sorrys, thank yous, I need yous, hugs… asdfghjkl my feels.
Our school only holds a fair every other year, but for some odd reason, it’s been 3 years since our last one. Our school also hired new suppliers for the rides and all, so there were nerves for this event, too.
The actual two-day fair was fabulous. The first day included a fashion show which my best friend was part of–you go, girl! (She totally rocked it, btw.) And the second day was filled with very mature trampoline bouncing and bouncy house sliding. Plus the fair happened during Valentine’s, and my real-life OTP… <3
Our club handled the marriage booth this year, and I designed the wedding certificate (don’t judge me, I’m proud). Also I got married to a close friend’s little brother, who’s like… 2? 3? 4 years younger than me? XD I have a photo of our “wedding ring” up on Instagram. (Cue hysterical laughter)
Again, as a Junior, it’s our first time producing our own batch play for the entire high school student body to watch. I was part of the publicity committee so we didn’t really do much–BUT because I love feeling busy, I stayed a lot to help out with props and also to talk to people. Good times, good times.
BTW, our batch play was amazing. You’re welcome for the knowledge. (If you’re curious, we did an adaptation of the musical The Wedding Singer. But cuter and more fabulous.)
We had like… three birthday surprises in February, and two in January. Guys, seriously, our squad is #goals. Planning made us super busy, but the actual days were just so fun-filled and memorable. Here’s a rundown if you’re interested:
In JANUARY, we attempted to surprise our friend by waking her up to her room decorated with squad photos spelling out her name with a heart, but apparently she was already awake and we had to ask her sister to stall for us. Oops. The other was your regular cake surprise. :)
In FEBRUARY, we surprised my best friend with 16 blue roses… from strangers. ;) And we also had two here’s-some-cake-let-us-throw-it-in-your-face surprises, one with tons of hand-written letters and a lunch date. <3
AND THAT’S IT!
So. Yep. Busy as crap. BUT I WILL TRY TO BE BACK. I’ll leave for China on the 31st, though, and have no idea what will happen then. D: But let’s stick to the now, yeah? D: ANYWAY! How have you been these past few months!? I miss you guys lots!
Aimee loves being a little bookworm (okay–she doesn’t like being little). She also loves chocolates and sweets but is freaked out by the thought of possibly getting diabetes.