In the school sphere, there is prom, and finals......Prom, the nearer event of the two, is a waste of breath, but since I can't really help myself, I will waste it. I HATE PROM!!!! First, I got a date. Then I got a dress. Well, date is gone, dress still here, dress $200 and now I have to wear it for every formal occasion I have. Finals, I don't have to worry about because....well, I don't know why, but I don't. Then there are the AP tests in May that I am not looking forward to. Why anyone would want to take a 4-6 hour long test is beyond me.
In the dance sphere of my life, I basically have rehearsals every Monday and I will start my solo rehearsals soon....I hope.
Things that aren't in either of those spheres: boys, family, and social engagements.
On May 25, I am planning a Rescue Plan Unveiling Party at my house. I am deeply involved in the Invisible Children organization and events. Unfortunately, I have selfish friends who won't take an hour of their time to watch a movie to help people who are being abducted and displaced because they are so damn absorbed in their safe little lives that they see no point.
Also, I AM SICK OF OVERPRIVILEGED PEOPLE THINKING THEY CAN DO WHATEVER THE HELL THEY WANT!!!!
In other news, a local theatre company is putting on a production of SPRING AWAKENING, the best musical ever. Okay, maybe not the best ever, but it's pretty darn good.
Since I have talked about social engagements, I will continue to boys. I hate boys. I really do. Especially when they can't say they aren't interested in me to my face. I'm a big girl. Your rejection isn't going to hurt me. Make me lose respect for you, yes. Hurt me, no.
I would like to take this time to ask Huebert Lawrence Vance if he has communication issues or if he's just not into me, because, either way, I get it. I would also like to ask every guy I know that isn't gay if he finds me attractive at all.
Here's what I want. I want a guy to ask me to dance. Not booty-poppin', grinding dance. I want a guy to ask me to slow dance, waltz, something. If he did, I would absolutely swoon. What girl doesn't want a guy to ask her to dance. Especially if they have this amazing dress that she will probably just wear once. On this one occasion when the girl takes the time, effort, and money to look especially fantastic, someone ask her to dance, because she will be putty in your hands.
I will leave you with this one bit of insight that I picked up from the wonderful Jason Mraz: "Be as wild as you want hoping to see these people again."
You only have one life, live it to the absolute fullest, even if you make a complete fool of yourself.
RIP Joel (3/21/08)