Mi tia me hace muy mal!!! Ella es muy celosa y... no sé. Pero no puedo a tomarlo no más. Voy a decir algo a ella. Pero necesito a pagar attentión en mi clase. Escriberé más tarde.
My friends and I have agreed we will not come back tomorrow as asked but we will be back the next day because she said nothing about that day. ANd I swear the next time she says something to us, I will say something. I know I promised my mom that I will behave this year, but she is really a bitch and I don't like people getting at me twisted.
And the only thing that saved her today, this morning, was that I was up for about five hours trying to fix my mp3 player so I can put songs onto it. At 11 at night I was finally able to do it. And I spend this morning trying to download some songs that I had wanted for so long. If I didn't have that, Lord knows I would have gone off on her ass.
We have the standard testing today. But it was hella funny!!!! There was a protest today for the rights of illegal immigrants here in the U.S. Lots of Latino students walked out of school. I would have gone too but my mom would have killed me for missing school. She's big on an education. But that is not what was so funny. Ok, it was about 10: 46 am and we had to go back to our classes to do part two of our testing. I was on the otherside of the school from where my class was visiting my boyfriend and was taking my time to go back to class because, come one now, who really wants to do test for four hours for the state??? Anyways, as I entered the school building, there is a commotion around the stairs that lead to the second floor and the door that leads to the street. There are screams and yells, some in spanish and some in english. But they were all jumbled up so you couldn't understand what they were saying. And as I'm turning the corner to continue to class, suddenly there is this rampage of mainly latinos running through the door from the street side and into the school. I recognized a few of them as people I knew from classes I have with them and people I speak spanish to from time to time. They ran up the stairs to the second floor and through the school until they got to the otherside of the school and went back out onto the streets. It was funny because the principle was right behind them yelling, "You need to go the class!" Everyone started to join in until then.
After the protesters left the school, they came to the front of the school where the main doors are and where my class is and started marching back and forth yelling and, well, protesting. About two to three police cars came to assist the other police car that was already here because, well, this is Tech!! We always have at least one police car at our school all day every day. But after about five minutes of protesting, they started down the street to catch the bart to San Fransico to protest there. How do I know this?? Because my Spanish 3 teacher is chicna from Mexico and she said that she would join the protest but as a teacher she is unable to because of her status of a teacher (*says in a mocking voice* it is important to eduacte our children) and as an American (so what?! As an American you have the right to protest!!! Ain't that some bull?!)
But I'm not surprised. Like I said, something is always happening at this high school. It's just a matter of where you are when it happens.
*smiles evil grin to self* We have testing for the rest of this week; I hope something else happens to help the time go by in a less agonizing way like today...
Yo conocí una mejor en Mardid que quiere a ser mi amiga. Ella no tiene una problema a chalar conmigo en espanol y eso es muy bien. Siento como nuestros amigas buenas. wow. Ojala que yo pueda a quedar amigas y no vaya a tomar mala conmigo y mi espanol.