Four of us went thrifting, pretending like school was already over. Although I suppose for the three of them it might have been , I still had the much dreaded math final.
From left to right: Emily, Emmy, me, and Annie.
After, we went to get lunch around the corner. Fries for the table was a must.
Kobi decided it had been too long since he had last made an appearance on the blog.
Outside the library, I took pictures after studying very studiously (ahem) for my math final.
Thursday, June 18th: And it's over for real!
With a quick change of plans, my four friends and I went to Lily's house and decided to take a rain check on seeing 'Up.' Instead, we watched Trivial Pursuit and Family Feud.
The afternoon consisted of two pizzas, an episode (or two...) of Arthur (the one above would be Buster's Amish Mismatch), game shows, and renting Bride Wars.
Sarah's a star, clearly!
Friday, June 21st: And Vacation Begins
I've been into biking, although granted sometimes it's just doing circles in my driveway. I took it out while I was waiting for Bex.
Becky caught me later taking pictures of her. I tried to be discreet with the ones of others in the restaurant, but I'm not sure if I always succeeded in that!
I was in one of those moods where I just looked at the menu and anything sounded good, and I would have been lost in the decision making, so I just got what Becky was ordering: shrimp kebabs.
After we went shopping and Bex and I determined that we needed to win the lottery so we could afford everything from Zara.
On the way home, we got stopped by a passing train. I had decided a year ago that it was my life's goal to be the first in line. It was my third or fourth being stopped in front of one, and I oddly get excited every time.
Saturday, June 20th: Reunited & Graduation
My four friends from the volleyball team had been attempting for months to reunite at the local diner. The first time we all went together, Katherine and I were in a British mood and put on accents. Since then, we've been told we have lovely accents and asked where in England we are from. Now it's just a grand tradition.
Katherine wandering off to get poison ivy AGAIN after she just got over a bad spell of it the week before.
After, Jackie, Katherine, and I went to graduation. Even though we're not graduating, everyone in chorus, band, and orchestra has to go to perform. I think I would like to go anyway, even if I didn't have to. Although it can be long, it's a nice tribute to play one last time with the departing seniors.