I finished a collage a couple of days ago. Because it’s junior year for me, the focus is college, visits, brochures, research, and decisions. This is made from the dozens of college ads I’ve got. I call them ads because they only offer good advice if it pertains to their school.


There is a lot of decisions to make, I’ve got to start narrowing down the options.

Roy G. Biv



The Good Stuff Goes on Top.

Finished another collage Tuesday. I cut negative media messages out of magazines, pasted it down. Covered it with tissue paper –the photo doesn’t show an accurate representation of what it looks like- and pasted the good stuff on top.

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Orientation for Junior year today! Here’s my schedule:

1st- Health 2/Weight Training(second semester)

2nd- Cadet Choir

3rd- AP US World History

4th- AP Calculus AB

5th- Chemistry

6th- AP Phycology

7th- Ceramics

8th- English

It’s the first year with an AB Schedule, I’ll have only half the classes every day. 1, 3, 5, & 7 or 2, 4, 6, & 8. AND Wednesday will be early dismissal every week.

But enough on that, I still have almost a month left!

The Weeks Workings

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Lots of Modge Podge


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Finished this recently. I love all the colors and textures, but it’s really hard to read. The quote reads:

We do not remember days; we remember moments. –Cesare Pavese

It was really fun and really messy to make. Not only did I cut up an issue of Better Homes and Gardens, I used tickets, tissues, paint chips, lined paper, newspaper, duct tape, fabric, string, and the like. And lots of glue and modge podge. But even with all that sticky stuff, I still need to cover the thing in a clear layer. Any suggestions?