Valentine's Day is definitely not my favorite holiday, but nonetheless, here is a lovely picture via http://colormekatie.blogspot.com/. In honor of the day of love i'm including the most romantic of sonnets (at least in my opinion).
Let me not to the marriage of true minds
Admit impediments. Love is not love
Which alters when it alteration finds,
Or bends with the remover to remove:
O no! it is an ever-fixed mark
That looks on tempests and is never shaken;
It is the star to every wandering bark,
Whose worth's unknown, although his height be taken.
Love's not Time's fool, though rosy lips and cheeks
Since my last post about books I've been reading like a fiend. Seriously.
I finished Brave New World, The Road, Never Let Me Go, The Hunger Games, Catching Fire, and Mockingjay. I highly recommend them all, minus Never Let Me Go, which was good, but not great. I love the feeling of being engrossed in a book. So. Amazing.
Speaking of amazing, if you haven't read The Road or The Hunger Games trilogy do so now. Yes that's an order. You'll thank me later.
Anywho, I have class to get to, bleh. But, next up is Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. Hopefully it will live up to it's reputation.
I know you have all been dying to see more pictures from my trip to Nicaragua (note the sarcasm), so here they are:
Ta-Da! I feel like I might have stole the first picture from the internet, but I promise I did see that volcano quite a bit actually. Which was pretty much amazing 'cause how many times in my life have I lived five miles away from a volcano? Not very many times.
It was a really amazing trip. I may write more in detail about it later, but for now you will have to be content with pictures.
In other news, I'm in love with quaker rice snacks, in fact, I just ate an entire bag of them. The first time this happened I freaked out a little, because although on the back of the bag they say they are low in calories per serving, every delicious bag has like 45 servings in it! Maybe that's an exaggeration, but still, it was a decent amount of rice snacks.
I've since stopped looking at the back of the bag.
Well, that's about it for now, so,feliz año del conejo! How's that for multi-cultural?
Today my teacher walked into class with pieces of paper and said, "Are you all ready?". I was puzzled by this, until I realized he was handing us our test. The test I haven't studied for because I thought it was scheduled for Thursday. Yeah. I think I did okay though due to my mum's love for history.
Also, I'm wanting some coffee. Too bad I'm a poor kid who has to buy food at school, leaving no money for coffee.