|Current mood:|| tired|
A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius.
This morning, I walked into CAPA for the first time in almost two weeks, and was greeted by Mrs. Kennedy.
"I need to see you in my room," she said. "It's important." She said this with a straight face and then disappeared into the elevator in front of her.
I got to her room shortly after, and she told me she was looking for a book on her desk. One that I'd like.
I saw a bright red softcover book in front of me, called "A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius." That was it. She said the book was hilarious, and that it reminded her of all of the writing that I used to turn in to her. She said my writing made its own rules, and then followed them closely. That's what she loved about my stories.
Then she invited me to breakfast at Point Park on friday. Free bagels. Free donuts. No Block A class. I can live with that. Free food for me!
Also, Mrs. Horwitz asked me to set up her "Starship Enterprise" thing. You know, the gigantic podium that has a VCR and DVD player. I'm gonna have to do that by Friday.
I deserve a nap right now.