as soon as i thought summer would be, it wasnt because, sorry guys, i took summer school.
i was thinking a beach day to kick off another attempt of meet and greet.
i was thinking of doing something the week after i get out of summer school [july 7]
i'll update with times and such so be prepared.
with all fondness,
diana and i have decided that we are going to be elite, but with publication.
we need more people to start charlie letters.
and an adventure is coming soon and so is the end of school, which i am quite exctied for.
if there is anything you suggest please feel free to tell us.
Hi, I'm new. My name is Ashley and I'm 17 years old. Diana and Amy invited me. Well, I'm really horrible at these things but here goes nothing. I'm very much into music. My Top 3 bands (and that's all I'm going to list because the list could go on forever...) 1) Elliott Smith 2) The Get Up Kids (and my favorite song is not red letter day). 3) The Good Life, but that list is always changing. I'm also very into film. I would love to go to film school. I used to take photos a lot, I don't do it as much because I'm always running out of film. I'm probably the shyest person you'll meet, but that wears off after a bit. I have myspace but only because its the most addicting website on the Internet, otherwise, I really wouldn't have it. I play acoustic guitar, but I'm just learning. Um, I really don't know what else to say. I like sushi and I'm lactose intolerant. If there is anymore that would you like to know about me, just let me know.
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oh man! i am so excited the luau and camping experience is ON!
photo adventure soon.
stayed tuned for details.
I say we all go to the beach and build the biggest sand castle ever.