Near the end of my Spec Ed class I caught sight of Guy A, one of the members of my Ed Tech/Tech Ed group for that Garage Band presentation. I turned to make sure he wasn’t making faces at Girl A but after a minute, I caught on. He needed to talk to us after class. Sometimes I’m really, really slow. Class went to the very last minute but Guy A and P were standing next to me and Girl A almost immediately. That’s when I learned an important life lesson. NEVER, EVER, QUESTION GLEE!
I questioned Glee yesterday. I didn’t understand why being a Gleek qualified me to sing for our Garage Band project. Because I questioned Glee, my group was “randomly” selected to present first. Next week. We have to write our song during our breaks Tuesday and finished everything up on Wednesday in order to present Thursday. So again, I say this with fear and love to my fellow humans: NEVER, EVER, QUESTION GLEE OR YOUR GLEEKY ALLIANCES! BAD THINGS WILL HAPPEN!
Following that I got to walk home which was kind of horrible. It was raining and it was cold, really cold. I also answered one of life’s most important questions. I’m not kidding. I don’t carry an umbrella. People ask me why all the time. First off, why do I want to carry around a lightening rod? Secondly, umbrellas always blow out and inside out. Not so useful. I need it to keep water off my head, not to enable water to collect above it. And thirdly, when the heck does rain ever fall straight up and down? Never. That’s when. It always rains sideways. I have proof. My front was soaked, my back was completely dry. Why don’t I use an umbrella? Because they don’t work.