1. I get to go out and see my friends face-to-face almost every single day in the evenings and laughing my head off at all of the ridiculous jokes that are many. Some I don't get because, unlike 95% of the people in my cast, I don't have a Vine or an Instagram, but still, it is very fun.
3. Exploring this one substitute place our cast was at for rehearsal while waiting for our turn for blocking. Exploring a mini theater like that, with paint buckets, rugs, and an artificial sword fish, was extremely fun and satisfying.
4. Playing Minute-To-Win-It games all Friday morning long.
5. Helping out with the Duct Tape Challenge. We had to duct tape one of our team members to the lockers and out of all teams, see how long someone would last. Our team won. What was our strategy? Disorderly taping.
6. Coming up with this amazing video film idea about the... wait, once I create it, I'll tell you all.
7. I'm actually going out and doing something than wasting my time away doing nothing.
8. Writing up a final post for the month coming after this. Upcoming for next month: my novel's main theme, pictures from the theater production (and how we kill and eat apples in our free time), and me having rediscovering wise words. Most of this will have an air of mystery to them, but that is how it is.
1. The pressure I am in on trying to top the last essay I wrote for class. When the teacher keeps saying during classroom seminars that you have very sharp writing and the entire class goes to look at you, you can't help feel but breathing hard in this amount of pressure.
3. Theater is coming to and end pretty soon, and I'm sad about how I won't be able to see most of these people for about another year (this corresponds with the seventh "up").
5. Knowing what I want for my birthday I cannot receive.
6. People who want your birthday to play out as they want it when you just want to have your birthday eating pizza and chips with your friends in the evening,
7. I can not see my school friends as often as I like. :(
8. Realizing how often your character in a play is inclined to scream. I don't mind screaming, but it hurts my ears.