Mall of Georgia (With Friends)

It was a very good day overall. I woke up early in the morning because my sister, Patricia, woke me up because I was asked outside from my neighbors. I end up taking a T-shirt, some shorts, and a pair of flip-flops. I was tired out of my mind. 😦 When I arrived outside, my best friend, Simon told me I looked drunk and the other neighbors agreed to. I called my beastly best friend, Mary Kate Billings, and talked with her over the phone while I was talking to the neighbors in my front yard. Eventually Mary had to hang up her phone and our neighbors’ bus came so we all dismissed ourselves to our own business.

Mom, Patricia, and I set ourselves up for Mall of Georgia material. I don’t know xD. And we took two baby blankets with us, along with 2$ because the school said we required those items. It took us about 35 or 40 minutes to drive there, eventually stop for gas, and keep going. I haven’t seen the Mall of Georgia. Think about it . . . Georgia’s a big state. And they have BIG things. So, I don’t know. I’m guessing the place is big? And big it was. But not as big as I expected. There was a Christopher Columbus statue on the very tippy top of the Mall. My sister and I entered the mall, with millions of butterflies in our stomach.

We both had a sense in our minds that there were gonna be a lot of people. Last time we went to the SM event about 6 days ago, there were about 3,000 people there! I was surprised too! 11 Action News or however you say it came to interview some teachers and the school principal, Matt Arkin. I’ve met and talked with him plenty of times ;).

So anyway, back to what happened. My Mom, Patricia, and I entered into the Mall of Georgia. We went to buy another blanket from Old Navy for some reason and then went directly to the Food Court in the Mall of Georgia. There! I saw a lot of people. Not SO much, that it would overflow. But a good amount. I saw Mary Kate Billings (btw, her hair is FLUFFY!), Nayyir eventually, and a girl I knew about a month or two ago called Lily. I also saw Shelby, as expected. 😀 I ended up in another group with a bunch of girls. I was the only guy there. The girls mentioned it a good few times. Though, I was trying to be nice and calm. I’m okay with having an all girl group but I get really annoyed when a girl group keeps mentioning I’m the only boy in the group.

One of them asked my name on FB. I said it was a fake name, and she said it was stupid as a joke and then tried asking anyone else. Nayyir came up to me and slapped me in the head cause our group arrived first. Which was kind of random, but OKAY. 🙂 Our group was first place at first. But then another late group came in and beat us. Oh and we had a scavenger hunt competition with money. I finally got to talk to Mary Kate Billings when Lily was finally out of the picture. Let me tell you! Her humor is a LOT more hilarious in person! 😀 After that, I got Shelby’s e-mail because she wanted to talk to me and then I went home to do school, and that was pretty much it. No outside as much. Small day. 🙂

A Day Full of School

The whole day was being spent on school. Today we weren’t allowed to go outside because we needed to focus on our school more. So, yeah, I’ll start first with the morning. I woke up earlier then usual since on the weekdays I needed to get used to the feeling of waking up early like I used to  since we had classes starting at 9:00 AM. So, of course, I woke up early in the morning, used my computer for awhile until the neighbors came to our door the 5th time this week, asking if we could come outside. But I was waiting for this moment to arrive. Elijah, our new neighbor, was the one who had rang our doorbell and asked if I could come outside.

I came outside, only because that was before Mom told us that we weren’t allowed to go outside. Savino, our other neighbor you must be familiar with, Elijah, and Noah was there. Eventually, Simon came around and watched with us as Elijah rode down the street on a skateboard and ripstick off a ramp. He managed to land a trick with a skateboard, but failed constantly on the ripstick. Thierry and Brandon came along with Alexis, that’s when we all went up the street until the bus came and I went back inside and attended my classes. I was in ELA class with my teacher, Ginny Johnson, for about 50 mins until I ate breakfast (oatmeal) during class. I’ve actually now gotten used to the taste of oatmeal (since for the past 3 weeks we’ve been eating healthy foods).

I attended a few other classes until I did my homework. I got a k-mail (which is an e-mail in my school) telling me that I’m finally going to be getting Study Island assignments and an essay I’ll have to write down due September 7th. Oh well, the only interesting thing happening this month is the Stone Mountain outing the whole school is having for Northern Georgians. Eventually we had lunch and I passed my Social Studies Unit Assessment with a good 100% score. I finished through Literature and Vocabulary rather easily. It was until 5:46 PM that I finished all of my subjects for today. Pre-Algebra was pretty easy. 😉 We were only studying on the greater than, less than, and equals sequences. I’m just waiting to learn some new things now, since I’ve been learning reviews from last year and some basics.

I want to be challenged. Well, half of my family afterwards did Yoga for about an hour and then that was pretty much it for today. Oh P.S. we have now a new hamster, named Spike (probably I have mentioned) and found a wild parrot, that we’re currently naming Sonic until we find out if it has an owner.