I made it on to the honor role of my high school. This is the first time since 5th or 6th grade. I have to say that it was pretty easy. Why I haven't been able to do it previous years beats me. An adult who happens to be close to me says it may be brain development. I say it may be development of maturity. I needed to learn to be mature about my school work. To get things done on time and do it correctly. To pay attention in class and not be the class clown or loud mouth. Once I realized that school is a big part of what leads me to my future, I buckled down. I'm leaving my childish behavior with friends outside of school. I am ashamed to have learned this so late in my high school career but I am glad to have learned it with in my high school career and not when I was stuck in the real world thinkin' "what the heck do I do now?"
Many of you know that I plan on going to cosmetology school in spring of next year ( March or April 2010) It's been something I've wanted to do since I can remember. Which brings me back to the first encounter I've ever had with cutting hair. I lived in North Conway and I had a best friend named Sarah. I remember sitting in my room with a pair of play scissors and the next thing I know I'm cutting her hair. Why my mother let me play with scissors at that age...I have no idea. Now people let me practice cutting hair and doing peoples nails and make up. Every month I cut Scott's hair and auntie Robin let me trim her hair once. I really hope she was pleased with it =/. Anyway, mom let me do her nails on Tuesday and they look amazing. I have a picture even though its kind of fuzzy. It's her natural nail with a basic manicure ( cuticles and filing)and a french manicure (white tips with clear coat) I have a picture for you to see!