Basketball Games. That's where I'll begin. As many of you might now, Charisma and I are Cheerleaders for a homeschooling group. And in a few posts ago, I said this:
Yes, I am still Cheerleading. I've been saying that I don't like it and everything, but I'm still at it. Funny right? But I guess it has it perks, you know? Going to all the games are very aggravating, I have to learn new dances and cheers every week, and my mother thinks that I LOVE it a lot. At some moments I do, just not every single minute. How do you tell someone that you don't like something that they thought you liked?
Mouse Problems. We've had mice problems before, just not like this. You can hear them, you can see where they've been, you just can find them. WHY DO THE CUTEST THINGS HAVE TO BE THE MOST TROUBLE. (Does anyone think mice are cute or do they think they're scary and consider them rodents?)
School. Yes, I'm still having problems with school. I so ahead in math, that I've haven't done a lesson in one and a half weeks. That's a LOOOONNNGGG time. But, I'm scared that if I get a bad grade on my math (again) that my score (which is currently 81% B) will go down to a C (it was very hard to bring that C up to a B. Very Hard). I'm ahead on Geography (still!) and Science (This makes me really happy. Since Science isn't my strong point--it's Charisma's!--I'm really glad that I don't have to do much to stay ahead.).
Tamagotchi Friends. If you're new to our blog, then I love everything Japan and Kawaii. If you're a returning friend, then you already know that! Well A LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG, LONG time ago (like when I was 6 long time ago), I used to have a cute little system called Tamagotchi Friends. Mine was round with light blue and tons of cute patterns on it. This thing was my buddy/best friend (other than Charisma). It would wake me up in the middle of the night or random parts of the day when I have to feed my little cutie or play with it, etc. IT WAS FANTASTIC. Then, my little cuties (I had more... :3) GREW UP. THEY GREW UP INTO ADORABLE CUTE LITTLE ADULTS. ISN'T THAT AMAZING??!?!?!??! *calms down* Well, I had a great life with my Tamagotchi. But then I gave it to one of my older sisters who restarted it (saying that she would play it) and I was really glad I gave it to her because I knew she was going to love it!
She didn't play with it...
So I tried asking for it back, yet she kept saying that she was going to play with it. THEN SHE LOST IT. IN. THE. WASHING. MACHINE. I was not only crushed that it was gone forever, but I was also hurt because she didn't play with it. One of my other older sisters (the oldest actually) had a Tamagotchi as well, so I tried getting that one from her, but that didn't work. After several years, I got the Tamagotchi that my eldest sister had and... Now I'm not sure where I put it. BUT I SHALL FIND IT!
The whole point of this story was that I re-found the lovely world of the Tamagotchi's and found out that in Japan and China(???) they are now in color, but they are in different cases as well! I was really happy when I found out and now, I'm gonna get one (later in life).
Happy Monsters. These next few images will explain why I love this person so much.
I think that's about it. I love doing these 'Just Talk, and please tell me in the comments whether you enjoy them or not.
Thanks everyone and have a great day!