||"Help!"- The Beatles
Today was a lovely day. In the morning, I did another watercolour with the reaaallly hot art instructor. There are so many hot guys at this camp. It's unbelievable. All of the hot guys must have gotten together and decided to come to this camp for my viewing pleasure. Yow!
Anyhoo, I did a lovely picture of the Beatles, which looks hella awesome, even though the black watercolour on Ringo's hair got blended into the peach on his face and made his face turn gray. But that's another story.
After that, I ate a lovely lunch and didn't have any cucumber incidents. I did, however, have some orange sherbet for dessert, which was hella good.
After that, I let my food digest and then went off to singing land with Mom. Singing dude had our tie dye shirts for the show, and I went through all of them to find one that was small enough so it wouldn't hang on me like a sheet. I found one in the pile that was a kid's large (size 10-12), and it looked hella hot.
After that, I participated in the egg drop with Pete and Silent Bob. I helped Pete put the finishing touches on his egg dropping contraption, which was made out of tennis ball cans, masking tape, and string. I'm happy to report that the egg survived the 20 foot drop, which was awesome. We won the award for the sportiest egg dropping container, and for our efforts, we each got a free milkshake.
After receiving our prizes, we decided to head over to the gift shop/ soda fountain to get our milkshakes. Silent Bob told me that milkshakes taste really good if you make them with root beer instead of milk, so I decided to try it. The worker gave me a strange look when I asked for my shake with root beer, but she complied with my request. When I got my mint chocolate chip milkshake, I took a sip and was amazed. IT WAS SOOOO GOOD! I think it was the best milkshake I've ever had. Next time I go to an ice cream parlour and I order a milkshake, I'm totally getting it with root beer. I suppose that would make it a root beer shake.
After that, we went to a Shabbat event, which was fun. I got to have some wine, which was hella fun. I love religious ceremonies involving wine.
After Shabbat, we all went to dinner. It was really good, but I had eaten so much challah and drunken so much wine that I didn't eat very much.
After that, Mom and I went to our last acapella rehearsal and put on all our tie dye t-shirts and whatnot. I wrote "I heart Paul" [it was a heart, not the word "heart"] on my cheek with lipstick, which looked really cool.
After a bit o' rehearsing, we did the show for the entire camp. It was wicked awesome, and we got a standing ovation. Everyone got excited when we finally revealed the secret song [aka "Aquarius/ Let the Sunshine In"], which was neat. I also had fun getting in touch with my inner Liverpudlian when we were singing "Help!".
After that, we went to the staff talent show. Some of the counsellors sang songs, and they were really good. One of the counsellors sang a song that she had written, which was really neat.
After that, I went to the Teen dance even though I'm not a Teen by the camp's definition. There were other Post Teens there, which was nice. Unfortunately, the music was rawther loud and obnoxious, but I pretended to like it and decided to just dance for the sake of dancing. THAT was a lot of fun.
After that, I went to the computer room to get my last dose of Mac-ness before I go back to the Dark Side for a little while. I'm gonna miss these iMacs sooo much. They're such awesome computers.
Okay, methinks it's time for bed before I fall asleep on the iMac.