- Oct 8th 2011
- Skeletons (acoustic) - yeahyeahyeah
This started out as a reply to Sped's comment, but ti was so long i copyed it and paste it here LOL
i have no way to put my stuff on the web. so tomorrow i'm going to visit my dad so i will use the neighbors scanner and put it all on my flashdrive so i can upload it to SA and DA. alsssooo we have yet to pay for internet so ive been doing is using friends internet and public areas lol
Also been writing on the books. i have to complete just the last one then copy them onto my flashdrive and i will be completely done. that is if my writing partners are complete with theirs as well. writing two books couldn't be that hard could it? i wrote six to the same series and they have yet to finish their books. it's been almost five years now lol. we've been epically procrastinating FTW And now that i have been thinking about and been through so low self-doubting moments with the seris, i think i will, after all, publish them.
Well since im out of school, ye would be one to think, humm, shouldnt a strapping young lass like yourself go out and get a job and/or join the local college?
if only. i would love to go to school again. next year.
i havent even had a job since june 15th and i had to leave that job because "someone died in the family" so i had to drive all the way back from North Dallas to little Huntsville, then to Kountze because mom moved into a new house and didnt tell anyone since i had been gone for only like what? Two weeks? so yeah, that was a lot of gas from the small pay check that i had received. i was mad too, i really enjoyed working at Camp Constantin (BSA CAMP i taught first aid meret badge. that was an adventure all in itself.) and i was supposed to be staying there for two months.
ja i felt like a failure when i had to leave in the middle of the second week. and i missed training week because i had to walk stage.
First of all, i have never taught a soul in my life.
second, i didnt know i would be teaching first aid and my supervisor of "miner's mountain" handed me a 30 page picture book of first aid and said to teach this and left to go smoke or something.
third, i knew NOTHING about boyscouts.
so i figured they couldnt be much different from girlscouts... could they be? apparently there's a big difference. girlscouts just bake cookies all day and when you try to join when you are 8 and excited, they take your money and leave town. true story.
i've learned not to trust boyscouts before they had a chance to try to pull a prank on me.
it was a disaster. i had interesting stories from that camp. A boyscout wrote me a note that me and him were going to runnaway together and ELOPE. yeah, hawkward. then one of my students jumped off the story high mess hall to impress someone and broke his arm and i had to go do first aid. then a child gotten a concussion while i was teaching. and another got in a swiss army knife fight. and a few who tried parquoring over benches and the rocks on the mountain over cliffs into the lake.
how the hell does this happen?
i've never had to hand out so many bandaids nor pretend to be motherly as i did when i worked three classes of first aid! it's ironic that all of my students deliberately hurt themselves for my attention! I'm not that cool! but i guess for a boy seeing a FEMALE staff member in the twenty short-staffed MALES would be something.
I have asked myself many times, are all boyscouts like this?
they're so.... strange and ... so freaking amusing.
it couldve been that i was the only nerdy chick that worked at the camp (not counting the REAl nurse who was old enough to be my great-grandmother within twenty-miles and had the female dorms to myself and played loud german music at night and bbq'd
i just told myself the boyscouts were either going through puberty or in mid-stage of puberty and thats why they couldnt function probably when i kept asking them what was the different from a 2nd and 3rd degree burn.
all through this week and a half i had spent there, i learned boys are werid and boyscouts are freaky.
i would know, i'm dating an ex-boyscout
ever since june 06-15, i have seen sooo many boyscout references that i never noticed and its freaking crazy!
that's why i'm taking my cousin because she and I are going to go brave the savage boyscout camp next summer!
they paid you shit, but it was worth it for the laughs.
and i do admit missing the staff members and our endless conversations about marvel vs DC (MARVELFTWBTW), comics, SKYRIM -droool- and other assorted video games. i remember the halo trailer came out that week OMFG MC!! ahem,...
ah. good times while it lasted, they all offered giving me a ride back, but i had to stay home and help with mom. she is going through a divorce... again.