The guidance counselor posts newspaper articles about students on the window from his office to the hallway, to screen him a bit and give people walking by something to read. This time, there was an article about my brother because he got a scholarship(and I guess this year fewer local people got it, because there's about 10 inches of article and a largish picture instead of a bunch of short blurbs). There were a few about students who'd taken trips to foreign countries to study or do charity work. Someone got into college on a track scholarship, that was there too.
One of the articles was about this girl I was sortof friends with, a little snobby, must've rubbed off of her popular-girl sister. The article is about her staying happy and hopeful and still being nice to people and not hiding in a shell or anything- I expected the article to say she'd recently found out she had cancer or something- but instead it's that her mother is about to go on trial for killing her father. The article goes on to say -how- she allegedly killed him and I think when the court date is, and that she(girl) thinks her mom is innocent.
Now, is it just me, or did the guidance counselor not 100% think this one through before posting it?
Why do insect bites itch -more- when you scratch them?
Can you make balloon animals?
I can make parrots, and I can make something that is either a dog or a giraffe. and if it's a dog, sometimes I can almsot make it into a poodle.