Jinx, you look really weird when you frown.
Are you saying that because I never smile?
No, you look kind of flat. You look two dimensional.
Thanks, sis, Thanks
Today was the day we started back with school after Christmas break, also my mom’s birthday. Last night the idea that we should all get up at six this morning was discussed but that idea was shot down after several dubious looks from me, I am the only one who would brave the cold to get up early. So to conclude my mom slept in and me and my sister made breakfast and to conclude the successful beginning to a new term in school and to commemorate my mother 45th birthday we will play a Nancy Drew mystery… Well this could be interesting… I’m a bit of a control freak and my mom and sister like to take things nice and slow. I on the other hand detest it. So this could be fun or disastrous. Wish me luck!
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A few minutes ago I was getting ready to post something when I noticed that my page header was wrong instead of Writer’s Workshop… it says Writer Workshop. I laughed at my self because I am quite used to misspellings just not such public one. I normally just fix the mistake in the paper or whatever.
On New Years Day my grandmother, my sister, my mother, my aunt and I went to the movies. I had heard how sad it was of course but I’m tough I never cry. Right? Wrong I cried like a baby. My mom and sister were sitting beside me bawling, very loudly I might add, I was silently crying. I walked out of the movie still crying. I really advise you to see this movie. It is beautiful and heartbreaking. Tom Hooper did an amazing job of capturing the story that I think Victor Hugo meant to tell. It is not only a story of sadness but and indescribable hope underneath all the darkness. Coming out of Les Mis I felt like not matter what trouble came my way I would overcome them.
So last Sunday I was cast as Gwendolyn in the Importance of Being Earnest which is a classic play. Well I am going to learn British dialect in order to be able to play the part like it was originally intended. Yesterday we had a class to work on our line in the correct British dialect and it was interesting to say the least. My sister who is the stage manger already had a perfect accent and my friend who is playing Cecily has a very good accent although its cockney. I discovered I can’t say any word ending in -ary or -ory. So I must work on this problem during the course of the week because I must have it down by the 18th because that is the lines day.