Hello future readers,
Well, I've been home from camp for a week now. It's nice to be home, but kinda weird sleeping in a room by myself, (OK, my dog sleeps with me), after sleeping in a cabin with 3 other girls. There's nobody snoring, or talking in their sleep, or waking me up to be their bathroom buddy. HAHA! Anyway, a couple of days ago, my mom took me clothes shopping for the new school year, but I still needed stuff like pens and crayons, so she sent me down to Woolworth. When I got there, Jason, Jennifer, Lisa and Robyn were in the "Back To School" section.
Robyn was checking out the table with the pens, pencils, crayons, magic markers, paint boxes, erasers and glue.
Lisa was checking out the groovy lunchbox display.
And Jason and Jennifer were looking at the notebooks and knapsacks.
Robyn saw me first and waved me over. She was really excited for school to start next week.
Lisa was trying to decide which lunch box to get. There were so many choices. She told me she was tired of eating school lunches and wanted a groovy lunch box like the other kids.
I saw her looking at the Peanuts gang lunch box. I told her I thought that was a good choice, since I had a Peanuts lunch box too, (only different than that one).
Jennifer was buying a lunch box this year, too. I thought that was funny because when she first came to our school last year, (and we weren't friends!), she said that only babies bring their lunches to school, and cool kids eat school lunch. Well I guess anyone can change their mind. She was gonna pick out a Wonder Woman lunch box as soon as Lisa made up her mind. She chose a new notebook while she waited.
Jason was a little down about having to repeat the 4th grade again. I reminded him that he and Danny would be in the same grade, maybe even the same class. I also told him that Miss LaSalle and Mrs. Johnson were very nice, and so was Mrs. Taylor, our Art and Music teacher.
I was rapping so much, I almost forgot what I came down here for! I chose a pen, and eraser and a new box of crayons, and told my friends I'd see them later.
I'll bet in the future that all anyone has to do is punch a few buttons on a computer, and it makes any school supplies you want! Even though I'm kinda sad summer is ending, I'm really looking forward to school starting. And shopping for clothes and school supplies, is kind of exciting. It makes me think of all the groovy things coming up this school year. I hope I get Miss LaSalle again. She's so nice. Well, gotta go now, future readers. I'll let you know how my first day of school was.
Until next time,