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Friday, June 26, 2009

Spinning Wheels and Dreams


in my lifetime i have failed only a couple of subjects (and by fail i mean done bad in cause technically i still passed them all). these are maths methods in year 11 where i spent most of my time mucking around with sash rather then taking notes, japanese in year 9 cause ms. mayfield had little to NO control over her classes and the ever so lovely textiles classes where i on regular occasions broke the needle on the sewing machine, stabbed myself, sewed the wrong bits of material together and wasted many a lesson attempting to iron my 'garment'. so when my head matron told me she was bringing someone in to go through spinning wool with my boarders you can understand why i wasnt too impressed. so i ended up spending the evening trying to co-ordinate my foot movements and the threading of the wool whilst making sure the spinning wheel spun the right way. not easy if u have as little co-ordiantion as me...

THEN that night....

i had a weird dream. it originally started out with me, tash and a few others who i dont remember being hauled up in st hughs cause of a 'i am legend' deal with populace. luckily no-one knew we were there so it was safe. then cause we were scared of starting to starve tash and i started to hoard our food (food being skittles and cashew nuts...NO clue why...) the it suddenly changed so it wasnt freaky night creatures who were angsty by catholics and christians who were making life hard for the non-believers (as per USUAL) and if you weren't a believer and were taking place in a public event with believers you had to identify yourself as seperate by wearing a red mask. so i (tash had dissapeared by now) to a tennis match (you can tell its a dream cause u hate tennis) where the doubles match was being played by four girls in masks and they were playing really badly cause they couldnt see right. so i kept shouting things out like 'holocaust' and 'jew killings' which made people start closing in on me so i turned and walked away, into some catacombs (which were convientantly located) were i was led by some non-belivers into a cave full of people hiding out, scared of prosecution. but i refused to stay since i was convinced the large ab=mount of people would draw attention and cause them to be found easier. then i woke up.

i have odd dreams...

Helsinki

1 comment:

A Book Unfinished said...

the it suddenly changed so it wasnt freaky night creatures who were angsty by catholics and christians who were making life hard for the non-believers (as per USUAL)

LOL that was my favourite part :P