"Have a seat..", coach said.Pausing for a moment, he looked at the kid, "I gotta be honest with you kid. I don't think you have what it takes to be on this team." Crushed, he looked back at the coach, "But I've done everything you asked me to do. I work harder than every other … Continue reading The Long Shot
Have you ever just had your ego go from through the roof, down through the floor in a matter of seconds? On my commute home this past Friday, an Avril Lavigne song came out and I was rocking out. The song was 'Girlfriend'. Y'all 'member the lyrics. They go: "Hey, hey. You, you. I don't like … Continue reading Boom, Roasted
We met at the 'Young Inventors Fair', a city wide showcase for students to show off their ingenuity and creativity. How I got invited still bewilders me to this day. I was standing there, next to my "invention" which was nothing more than a sweatband hot glued to the inside of a hat. That's it. … Continue reading The Lamest Meet Cute
He was off shooting a basketball in the gym by himself during recess, and out of the corner of his eye, he saw a group of girls walking his way. Standing there, he paused as they confronted him. In the distance he could see the girl he had a crush sitting on the stage waiting … Continue reading Three Day Girlfriend
He took her by the hand, he wasn't sure of what to do. He'd never kissed a girl before. It's not that he hadn't tried, he had with his previous girlfriend, but every time he went in for the kiss, he was met with a cheek. But this time, his current girlfriend wanted to. She … Continue reading First Kiss
With the Lenten season here, so too comes the seven meatless Fridays that we endure, as we embark on this 40 day journey to Easter Sunday. Now, I could get into to whole "why there is no meat on Fridays", but this isn't that serious. So I'll save that blog for another day. I went … Continue reading School Lunch: Lent Edition
"Next time, just wait for me"
To this day nobody truly knows what happened. It's a lot of he said/he said type thing. So I'll let you decide who is wrong and who is right in this whole thing. It was just your average day in Mrs. Thibedeau's second grade class. And you would think, that things like this don't often … Continue reading The Swirly: Did it happen?
On this day in 2001, a first grader in Mrs. Stanton's class at St. John Vianney Catholic School professed his love for a girl he barely knew, let alone even talked to because she was in the other first grade class. We were are asked to write and draw who/what we were thankful for. Why? … Continue reading Valentine’s Day