A true Halloween nightmare

Happy Halloween!!

IMG_0150[1]OK, I know it’s five days late, but there’s always time for anyone to have some Halloween fun. 🙂 I made this mask for a scare-maze I did with some friends at the Youth Center. I was a psychopath that waved around a (plastic) meat cleaver chopping up a body, pulling out their intestines while they screamed.

It was fake though, I’m not that crazy. 😛

A friend’s head was poking out through a table and a fake body was lying on it, which I tore to pieces. There was jelly inside of it that I threw around and plenty of fake blood. I don’t think the people running it expected me to make such a mess, as when they watched mine and my friends performance they seemed scared with all her screaming and worried how they were going to get the jelly and fake blood stains off the walls.

My hands were literally COVERED in fake blood, and so was my mask and my boiler suit! 😀

I had so much fun though, and miss all my buddies lots, but the real Halloween nightmare happens to me and many other people my age every day….

SCHOOL.

I thought I hated my old school, but this one is ten times worse. For a start, all girls have to wear skirts. They’re only doing it so we can look smart, but there are other ways of doing it! I tried for the school council, so hopefully I can become a member and change things for good.

The problem is that as I’ve just started my new school a few weeks ago, nobody knows me. And no matter what, in school and in other situations, everyone is always going to take their best friend’s sides. I will try, and even if I don’t make it on School Council there are other ways of making change.

Thanks for reading. 🙂

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Here come the dragons….

First of, I’ll apologies for not posting for -how many days?-I don’t want to know! On Friday I spent 6 and a half hours in the car driving to a parent’s friend’s birthday party. I would have posted afterwards, but as it was in a field, we had no Wi-Fi.

There was also a storm, a massive one, so everyone had to help hold all the tents down so they didn’t blow away. I never realised how scary they could be. The eye of the storm was right above our heads! Lightning was flashing in nearby trees, the wind was like a stampede of buffaloes, the rain was relentless and the thunder nearly defend us. I’m not exaggerating, either. I got some pretty awesome photos from it as well!

So I’ve had no Wi-Fi for a while, but now I’m back. With good news! Today, I’m going to see “How to train your Dragon 2”. I can’t wait!! 😀 But I was on my phone, reading things about it, when some idiot had left a comment with a MASSIVE spoiler in it!! How unfair is that?? Let’s hope there are other surprises in the film cause I know that one was a good one. 😦

I don’t need to ask if the film is good because I already know it’s brilliant, and I’m still excited! Hope your day will be as good as mine. 🙂