I have graduated.
I am no longer a high school student.
It's kind of a relief knowing I will never have to go back to high school drama again. Now I get to face the wonders of real world drama. Zoinks.
Well, tonight I am off to play in my mom's band concert. She teaches fourth and fifth graders how to play different instruments, and at the end of every year, she holds a band concert in which all the parents can dote on their kids. My friend, Arin, and I have been playing at these concerts for a few years now. My mom always requests us, and a few others, to help out with the sound of the group. We do it 'cause we get paid. And we love my mom.
Today, I was trying to convince my mom to let me get my nose pierced. I told her that it would be between forty and fifty dollars cheaper than getting my hair done, it lasts longer, but it's not as permanent as getting a tattoo. She's almost at the "yes" point. (See Beth, I told you that if I waited too long I wouldn't want it anymore.)
Well, a dee duh dee dee, that's all folks.
peace, love, and porky pig.