Today it was 100 degrees. And to think there was a day last week when it was in the 50s! Global warming is becoming more real to me every day... =[
While many a child were suffering in the smoldering heat, I was sitting in nice air-conditioned classrooms. When I was in middle school, none of the classrooms had air conditioning. Most high-schools do. After pondering this, I came to the conclusion that high-schoolers are stinkier than 5th graders under intense heat (oh, hormones).
To the applause of many students, it was announced during last period today that we will have a half day tomorrow due to "extreme weather conditions". Like an anti-snow day? I guess the reason that it is a half day is because it doesn't get too hot until around noon anyways xP.
We are in the homestretch, people. Just 2 more weeks of hell until wonderful summer comes along!
The skirt that I am wearing in todays outfit was a hand-me-down I received when I went to France when I was 8 (half of my family lives there). Skirts like these are typical of the South of France, and they are very beautiful (and one-size-fits-all, so it still fits me!).
Monday, June 9, 2008
Posted by Zoë at 5:10 PM