Post by Miss Megara on Apr 9, 2010 17:10:04 GMT -5
I'm a coffeeholoic. My favorite type, well we don't buy other coffee than regular as other stuff is way too expensive. I can drink it any way. Black, cream, cream and sugar... I was fortunate to try some French Vinilla and also Hazelnut once. When I used to eat fast food I'd sometimes get a vinilla latte. I guess I like just about any coffee. I would like to be able to try a cappachino at least once.
No, I have not heard the song yet. I'd like to hear it. Of course I can look up the song lyrics. So, I'll get back to you with an answer when I do.
Post by Miss Megara on Apr 11, 2010 23:46:17 GMT -5
It depends on how you go about it. Some parents home school through a school and send the papers to the school for them to grade and what not, others just order the ciriclum and do it all themselves, some people hire an actual teacher to simply teach their child at home. There are many ways one can choose to home school their child.
My parents ordered the books and rest of the stuff and taught us at home and paied a teacher to tutor us in the subject we didn't do so well in, which also happened to be the one most difficult for mom to teach; Math.
We also belonged to a home school group and could take up extra circular activities and mingle with other students. Home school groups do play against actual schools when it comes to sports, so people who say home schoolers do not get social delovement are sorely mistaken. Lot of nonesense!
I took: Drama, Spanish, and Basketball when I was home schooled. Drama was the best!
It was also good cause I'm not a morning person. When you're home schooled you can do the work at any time you wish to. And if you need a break from a subject cause you are getting frustrated you can just go onto something else an come back to what you were having trouble with later.
One beauty is home schoolers get done with their work before the kids in public school are still in session. Also quite a few people that were home schooled, they were so far a head of others that when they took the tests to actually attend high school (guess they got tired of their siblings) they ended up going straight to college cause they were too smart for regular school.
Post by Miss Megara on Apr 14, 2010 0:28:39 GMT -5
I got what I asked for...sort of. I got the first season of I Love Lucy and a generic skip-it. Remember skip-its? You slip the thing on your ankel and you hop over it. Has a counter so you know how many times you went. Well this generic one has no counter and the line is a twisted piece of plastic...but acceptable. I didn't get the Ariel cake I wanted cause they stopped making TLM cakes.
The ideal way to celebrate would be to rent out an ice rink so I can ice skate around in peace. Also perhaps with a few games. Of course we'd need people for that. I stopped sending out b-day invites when I was about 13 cause no one ever came to any of my parties...except one friend I made in the hood. She has a man and a child now, and lives very far away...she & her family moved far far away when we were about 12.
Everyone always turned out and up for other peoples parties, but never mine. Not since I left Ferndale at age 7.
Post by Miss Megara on Apr 16, 2010 1:23:58 GMT -5
That I'd never want to visit? Yes. I'd never ever want to visit Iraq (sp?). That is one place I shall never tread. I really don't fancy being killed. I also don't like the fact that they burn the American flag. It isn't just my country...yours too. I've some very shocking pictures from the UK of those from Iraq saying what they are going to do to us.
Post by Miss Megara on Apr 17, 2010 1:21:57 GMT -5
Well I don't eat any meat, by choice. I don't like spinach or lima beams, cabbage or brustle sprouts. I also do not like sour crout. I can't even stand the smell of any of those foods either. While I do like other veggies I won't eat frozen veggies as they just don't taste the same. To me they taste like plastic bag. For fruit I don't care much for pears as texture is too grainy. In my opinion anyway.
I can't think of a state that I would not like to visit. I'd like to see them all if I could. However if I was forced to choose I'd stay away from California as too many illegal immigrants inhabit the state now. And some of our lovely leaders want to make it so our tax dollars pay for everything they need and want. I'm gonna vote everyone out, and stick all new people in at election time. I can only pray everyone does the same.
A state that I would really like to visit...at the moment it's Oaklahoma, Tulsa O.K. to be presice cause a Star Trek convention is going to go on there sometime this year, and some of the actors/actresses are going to be there! If a convention was not going to be held I might go for Georgia, though I don't exactly know why. I just like the southern states.
Someday I'd like to live in Kentucky. I got some kin folk down there already and I was thinking of staying with my great aunt for maybe a week in May. It all depends.