I had the most fucking fantabulouse day ever!
So it started off with school and what not, no biggie, and in fourth period Mrs. Uitti announced she'd let us have a notecard on the test. SCORE. I totally get the stuff but I can't do it without looking at my notes and now I get the notes with me on the test. I hope I'm going to ace it.
Then I had to take a miserable AP Art History make up test - an hour of writing on two questions. The first question from the AP Test was sooooo easy I totally could've written a book on it. Well, there was a bit that was a little iffy, but for me, it was amazing. But the second question, the one she wrote, was so impossible! There were so many restrictions! You had to have a three part thesis, three narrative pieces, all from different time periods and you had to list the date of the works within a hundred years, you had to know the materials, the cultural signifigance, and tie them all together somehow. The AP Question was seriously: name two works, one not from the European tradition, which show the body, and the cultural signifigance of the way the body is portrayed. Sooo much easier. Bleh. I figured as much.
And then, when I called home to have Emma pick me up, I couldn't get her on the home line and I was freaking out because of Powder Puff and I forgot my cell phone so I didn't have her cell number and so on and so forth but when I walked out of the building, she was walking in, and so it was all okay. ^_^ Turns out she had to drive Ed home because he locked his keys in the car. I have no right to laugh at him though.
So I get home, get ready for Powder Puff (football where the girls vs each other - Frosh vs. Sohpomores and Juniors vs. Seniors) and I was totally not looking forward to that - AT ALL. But I sucked it up and got out there. I got to see Ed because he was coaching the 8th graders on the lower field where we were practicing and that was happy. ^_^ And I was really nervous about Jamie, Ed's ex, being a real bitch, but she was totally awesome about me being center. ^_^
So we got in our positions and went up to play. Ed gave me some water before the game started. ^_^ So sweet.
The first play Merdith the Brick Wall came towards me and I went towards her and that was the end. I didn't expect her to be so f-ing strong! I don't know why, she's 6 foot 3 and wide to match but I didn't expect it and I practically bounced off of her and hit the dirt hard. But I got up, got that dirt of my shoulders, and went on to a massively fucking awesome victory! 42-0, Seniors WIN! In all out four years, we've never won once. ;_; But it was totally awesome. I never thought I'd have so much fun. I'm sore as hell, and exhausted, but it was totally worth it all the way!! Everyone was so tight and nice to each other. Everyone was so totally happy when we won it was worth the grass stains on my skin. ^^; I can so see why people play sports. I might even try out for a club team at some point. Maybe soccer or something that doesn't take a whole ton of skill.
After the game I went down to talk to Ed and he said he was so proud of me. ^_^ He said he got to watch a bit of the game. Which was good. Jamie caught every single one of my snaps. ^_^ So I was proud of myself, too. But it always makes me happy when he says it. Especially about something like football which is so close to his heart. He gave me one of his really happy melt-my-heart smiles, too.
And I got to watch him coach some of the 8th graders and it was probably the most adorable thing I've ever seen in my whole life. Maybe not adorable, but yes, very cute. He would have to squat to talk to them. ^_^ And he told them his stories about Harris and the other guys he was up against.
So I was pretty much grinning like a lunatic when I was done with the day. And I still am, a little.
This was probably one of the most awesome days I've had in a really long time.