For Jenna- Sure, but it would have to be of importance. I'm the kind of person who plans long in advance. And I'm a bit of a perfectionist, so when an important event happens I can get a little frazzled. I genereally don't like being the center of attention but every now and then you have to be on the stage.
Post by Spiritgal304 on Mar 13, 2007 15:13:29 GMT -5
You've rammed your parents car into the side of a building. This is your 5th accident and your parents said if you had another one you couldn't go to the dance you've been looking forward too. No one was around to see you do it. Your older sibling left their driver's license in the car. You put their license on the front seat and make a run for it. The next day your parents yell at your older sibling and take everything away from them. In your heart you know they did nothing wrong. It starts to eat away at you but you've been looking forward to this dance since school started.
Would you... A) do the right thing and tell your parents you did it
B)blame it on your older sibling and get away scott free
For Spiritgal304- That's okay, I'll take almost any question. This is tough because I'm torn betweeen the right thing and missing an event I've been looking forward to.
I think I would honestly tell the truth. I wouldn't get along too well with myself knowing my sibling was being blamed for my ignorance and stupidity. But I'd still be dissapointed about the dance. Tough choice though.
Hmm... I love Meg Cabot. I think her material resignates with teenage girls. She brings to life a vivid character who deals with the trials and tribulations like any other person but there's always a catch!