Sunday, March 2, 2008

Eat Your Heart Out ...

Eat Your Heart Out …

You know, if there is one thing I miss, it’s having a belfry. Back in our hometown, we used to hang out in them all the time. But NYC kids tend to waste time at Gray’s Papaya—only being a vegan, I can’t even partake of the hot dogs. Just the salsa.

Hudson, my li’l bro, did NOT celebrate a righteous Valentine’s Day, as his class got sick of his Save The World – Or Else militant green campaign. He is one of those kids who is way too handsome for his own good. I sent Dylan Easterby a love sonnet, which my friend Pete said was the last word in Dork McGork, but that is how I roll, I say it with sonnets.

Is your teacher still MIA? What’s up with your substitute? Last year, we made our Spanish substitute cry. Her name was Senora Piñas. The whole class kept pronouncing the short “i” as a long “e” and … well, you get the rest. She was young, it was just too easy.

I was gonna send you some chocolate-covered ants for Valentine’s Day, but dang, Vlad, they were expens$ive. And I am saving my greenbacks to go see The Mackerels, they are this new alt. reggae group, I am really into them these days.

Post Me. xxoo


Rainbow27Stardust said...

Once I was in this candy store (it was HUGE! I'd never seen so much candy!). They had all these different candies named after bugs, including things like cockroach clusters and beetlejuice bites. They had these things called chocolate covered ants, and it looked interesting so I tried it. It was really good, but I think it was just a piece of a Crunch bar that was dyed red on the inside :P. Reggae is awesome.

Ciara said...

Are they cute or what?!? Chocolate covered ants, so adorable!

Ps. Both Meridith and Lexie HAVE to go. I am the one who is going to be Vlad's next gf! j/k

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