"I’ll run you over with my backpack."
— Tanya Lee
Hi! My name is Brian. I'm a senior at CHS. This is my tumblog!
— Tanya Lee
If you guys haven’t met her, this is my girlfriend. Beautiful, charming, cutely awkward sometimes, smart, funny, perfect. How am I so lucky to have her?
Asked by Anonymous
I gave her six balls (haha balls). 1/6 means the first ball, 2/6 means the second ball, etc… they go in order of presentation. I never wrote 6/6 of course cuz you cant exactly label senior ball.
junior prom. again.
I asked my girlfriend to prom a while ago. I really didn’t want to make a poster cuz it’s really cliche, so what I did was buy a “beanie ballz” of hello kitty which is basically a stuffed animal in the shape of a ball (ball-shaped hello kitty), a big purple inflatable ball, and three tennis balls. On the three tennis balls, I wrote instructions on where to meet me at what time and what to look for and 1/6-3/6 on the back and gave each to my girlfriend’s friends to give to her. On the big purple ball, I wrote “ROLL with me to PROM?” with 4/6 on the back and waited with the huge thing in my arms as people passing by gave me strange looks. When she finally got there, I gave her the big purple ball and the hello kitty ball (labeled 5/6 on the back) and the big purple ball. She was in shock for a while because she expected something lame. She said yes of course. :) After a while, she got confused as to where the sixth ball was. I said, “Oh it’s for Saturday. Senior Ball.” BA-DUM-PSH. I love telling her bad puns but THIS WAS AWESOME.
I also forgot to take pictures of stuff…
So I turned in my senior lit portfolio yesterday and I looked back at the covers I designed. Basically, freshman year, I made this nice cover and searched up a black and white background, inverted it (because it was mostly black) and used it as a background. Then I stuck two quotes on it. Over the next years, I ended up using the same format. One of the quotes stayed the same while the other changed for all four years. As for the background, the first two years are practically the same, but I got a color printer junior year, so I did a more aesthetically appealing background and then for this year, I used a design I made (for my yearbook theme packet). Needless to say, it looks very cool.