The following pages are going to be short. Even I know that you won’t be interested enough to read 9 long-ass paragraphs.
Page 4 of 31 — “Sad truth: Christmas break has officially ended, today marks the resuming of classes. Our school’s HS department begins every year with the Intramurals, and being the unathletic girl that I am, I joined the Tug-of-War team. I ended up with throbbing hands and bruises all over my arms, great just great. We didn’t even win any game. To make myself feel a bit better, I had milk tea (the cashier forgot to register my order, so I got it for free) and deposited my savings from 2011 in my bank account. I felt very, uh, mature afterwards.”
Page 5 of 31 — “Due to my painters, I was able to garner an extra dash of fury and temper, which helped me during our games. We beat 2 out of 3 sections (one of which was last year’s runner up), which was a huge improvement compared to yesterday’s. And oh, the section rivalry has begun, how very typical.”
Page 6 of 31 — “The basketball was intense, really intense. There were a lot of fouls committed and injuries. One of our star players, Patricia, fell (the one she was guarding, who was probably the cause of her accident, was standing, then sat on the floor, pathetically faking an injury). Her ribs were the first ones to hit the ground then her head bounced on the floor. It was horrible to watch, I even teared up. Another injured player of ours, Marie, eventually had to play to replace Patricia (or else we would lose by default). But all’s well that ends well, we won the basketball championship (chess championship too) and Marie won the MVP award.”
Page 7 of 31 — “…And the section rivalry still continues. You see, I tweeted ‘How freaking pathetic, not only did you not apologize, but also acted out an injury. I feel so sorry for you’ (in relation to yesterday’s happenings) and apparently, some bimbo attempted to mock me with an irrelevant argument. Ah, pitiful.”
Page 8 of 31 — “Uneventful, actually. Unless you count attending the mass and eating beef stew as eventful.”
Page 9 of 31 — “I received my periodical exam results in Algebra, Computer, and Biology. My Algebra result was terrifying (I didn’t even reach half of the total score), Computer was unsatisfying, but Biology exceeded my expectations.”
Page 10 of 31 — “I garnered the highest score in Social Science, holy guacamole (it’s been 2 years since I’ve had the highest score, okay)! CA-E and Religion were alright, not the type of results you would be proud of, but quite alright. Ho hum pig’s bum, we discussed the Reproductive Sytem during Biology, it was pretty interesting (not to mention awkward and hilarious). Then during dismissal, I had a talk with Carla, Kyle, Marie, and Mariae. We shared a couple of dirty juicy secrets. And no, I will not tell them to you.”
Page 11 of 31 — “John Green’s new book entitled ‘The Fault In Our Stars’ got released today, oh my giddy gosh!”
Page 12 of 31 — “We watched a debate competition during Speech, and believe me, I was completely in awe. Our school’s representatives were so critical, quick-witted, and absolutely brilliant. I got so inspired to perform better in public speaking, but then I realized that I could never live up to them.”
I will be sending you the letter containing my not-so-unlucky Friday the 13th the day after tomorrow, so check your inbox once in a while.