Unfortunate Events May 9, 2005
If my day were to be compared to a movie, then it would be A Series of Unfortunate Events. Everything started out fine and dandy, but slowly things started going weird. It wasn’t just to me either. The weather was the first thing that was kinda weird today. The beautiful morning really fooled all of us.
A few periods into school, the weather suddenly decided to change on us. Rain started pounding on the pavement, and it was on and off throughout the day.
During senior writing seminar, mrs. blake was awesome as always, and demonstrated some principles of the research paper by having us do a study. She gave us 4 samples of chocolate chip cookies, and we had to taste test them on many different areas, including taste, texture, smell, appearance, etc…
For lunch, a lot of us went to nugget to get some food. While standing inside nugget watching star wars, joseph ran over and informed me that there was some strange sight outside. Strange sights are what my cameras all about, so I sprinted out with him.
There was a car in the middle of the road, stuck on the divider. As the occupants watched by the side of the road, a policeman, ambulance, and firetruck all arrived at the scene. All the people in uniforms started getting busy doing all their procedures.
After the whole day of school, as the group is walking out towards the parking lot, everyone suddenly mentions that there’s a fat hole in the rear of my shorts. Later I realize that dit saw the hole during school, but thought I knew about it already. Thats great. My favorite shorts. I’ve worn them so much that they completed desintegrated during the course of a single day. A hole started forming on the right side when they told me of the left side hole. By the time I got home, there was massive gaps in my shorts.
We sat around for a bit inside bens van, where we started fighting with headrests. Josephs arm got scratched up, and he pretended to be dead.
On the drive to tennis practice, the radio had a severe thunderstorm, hail, and chance of tornado warning. The first few minutes of practice were just dark and cloudy, but suddenly it started hailing and pouring down on us. We all ran for shelter, and stood around soaked. When everything cleared up, and the day was beautiful again, we got our team picture taken by a grumpy, but funny, lady. She told me she would kill me when I took pictures of her, but she helped me take a team picture on my camera.