This Is What TIRED Looks Like

So, a basic overview of what my day looked like yesterday:

  1. Get up at 5:30 to start getting ready for school.
  2. Get to school by 6:45 in order to participate in a flash mob to advertise the spring musical.
  3. 7:10 AM: The flash mob is a complete failure due to the hallway we were doing it in being too loud for us to hear the music we were supposed to be dancing too (so we basically looked like a bunch of off-beat flailing chickens instead of actors doing choreography).
  4. Go to classes. Take impromptu physics test in first hour. Get a really good score on a practice quiz for the AP lit test next week in fourth hour (12 our of 15! Whoohoo!!!). Talk about showering and hand washing methods at lunch (believe it or not, this is one of my table’s more normal conversations) while eating a Popsicle won for third hour class’s participation in the spirit days all week. Sit and do nothing during fifth hour independent study.
  5. Skip sixth and seventh hour to get into costume and practice for the assembly at the end of the day. Perform excerpts from the spring musical at assembly. Have assembly turn into a massive sob-fest when we seniors all realize that this is our last assembly of high school ever. Go take senior class photo while still half in costume while everybody around me’s crying their eyes out (not the administration’s best idea).
  6. Go get out of costume. Go to after-school spring festival and do inflatable obstacle course, get yearbook, fail at a cupcake walk, etc. Leave from festival early to get food from Arby’s because, even after four years of complaining, they are yet to supply vegetarian options at the spring festival.
  7. Come back to school. Get in costume again. Perform spring musical.
  8. Host the theatre company after-party and spend half the night making sure that nobody feeds Sammy, seeing as she is on a diet and allergic to almost as many things as I am, and the other half watching people play Just Dance.
  9. 12:30 AM: Finally escort the last of the company members — a bunch of underclassmen who I either don’t know, or else don’t know well enough to kick out — out of house.
  10. Help clean up from party and talk with Mom while she comes down from her accidental caffeine high until 1:30 (she didn’t realize the pop she was drinking all night was caffeinated, so she was WIRED).
  11. Come upstairs and avoid going to sleep, seeing as it involves effort (washing stage makeup off, getting into pajamas, etc) until 2:30.
  12. Go to sleep.
  13. Wake up at 7:30, completely incapable of falling back asleep again, despite the fact that it was ONLY FIVE HOURS OF SLEEP AFTER EVERYTHING THAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY.
  14. Look like this while typing blog post:

I’m a lovely human being, you know.

Last week of school before finals, this week! AND PROM IS THIS FRIDAY!!! 😀 I’ll have to get a picture of my dress for you guys!

~Julia

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16 thoughts on “This Is What TIRED Looks Like

  1. Pingback: Everything, All At Once | Julia the Writer Girl

  2. wow as i read more of your blog you get more and more awesome. i am also a vegetarian! crazy day i had one like it recently with a Shakespeare performance and blood drive. sorry i am telling you and the world too much about me. i think i should start a blog not as good as yours but a simple way to document my life. is it hard to start? and do you want strangers (like me) reading it?

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    • Haha, thanks. 😀 Being a vegetarian is awesome! Starting a blog is super easy — all you’ve gotta do is make a Word Press account and then start a new blog on it, and you’re there. It literally only takes about five minutes, and it’s free.

      My blog is basically just here for anyone who’s interested in reading it (but only if they aren’t stalkers or anything, lol). I love meeting and getting to know new people, so I’m good with strangers looking at it, as long as they don’t stay strangers for long. 🙂

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      • cool thanks so much for telling me that, i dont have time now but over the summer i will prally start a blog and then use it for next year when i am a sr. cant wait for your next post by the way. 🙂

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  3. Awwww, poor Juleses.

    Bahahahaha! That flash mob thing sounds absolutely hilarious. xD

    And congrats on the physics test! *SQUEE* That is better than I’ll ever do.

    Ooooh, stage make up. That stuff is murder to get off.

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    • *AP lit quiz. 😉 I probably bombed the physics test, knowing me — anything outside of English, I just sort of inevitably suck at (Such as PE. Which I got a B in. Yeahhh).

      Yeah, what do you use to get it off? Because everyone else I know just uses makeup wipes, but it doesn’t seem to work very well because they always go through like half a box per use, and there’s still makeup. I use cold cream, myself, but I feel like I’m the only person on the planet who’s heard of it, which kind of makes me nervous — like, does it cause cancer or something and that’s why nobody else uses it?

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      • Whoops. xP

        xD

        I actually use Vaseline. You put it wherever you have makeup, wait a few seconds, then wipe it off. It should take off most stuff that the makeup remover wipes left behind.

        I’ve heard of cold cream, though. I’ve never used it, but I’ve heard of it.

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        • Vaseline and cold cream are actually really similar (to be honest, I’m fairly certain Vaseline — the company — makes the cold cream that I use, lol). It’s just that one’s like an ointment while the other’s like a cream, I think. I’ll have to try that out, though, sometime.

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  4. Sounds like a fun weekend! 😉 And flash mobs usually fail. Don’t let it get you down.

    I can’t wait to see your prom pictures! (Which reminds me – I have yet to send you mine…)

    Off to dissect some flowers – I hate biology. *ugh ugh ugh*

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    • I wasn’t too upset about it, except that it was really embarrassing because our director walked by right as we were doing it — he didn’t know about it — and he just kind of looked the other way and began walking really fast to get out of there. But I mean, ultimately, it wasn’t too bad. I definitely want to be a part of a successful, huge flash mob at some point, though.

      I WANT TO SEE THEM!!! (Your mom did send me a few, though, while you were off at prom — you look gorgeous in them, hermana! 🙂 )

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  5. 😦 Poor, poor Jules. *cyber-hug* I didn’t even know it was POSSIBLE to do that much stuff in one day XP
    On the other hand….PROOOOOOOOOM!!!! 😉 Keep me in the prom loop, pleeeeease 😛

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