My visits with Morlson became sort of boring. I mean, how many times could a girl bite her teacher on the leg without getting a bit sick of it? Not that many. Not with those legs.
In fact, I was starting to think about bagging the whole visitation hoo-ha, when the playing field changed.
While many spiders never attack animals larger than themselves (preferring to run away or feign death), some will exhibit rather aggressive behavior and do so even if no real danger exists.
Eek! A creepy trait, if ever.
When I woke up, my homework papers had been tossed all over the bed and there was this sticky sort of string around my hands and mouth and the papers on the bed were stuck to the sheets. No lie.
I said, “What the?”Read More
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Morlson kept her windows cracked about an inch because she liked to “feel the draft as it wafted through lifting the light curtains and stilling the muggy interior” of her home.
(I know this because she’d written it once as an example for some lame homework assignment. She was subbing for Mr. Rally, our cooler and REAL English teacher. Morlson got all teary when she read it too, like it was some award-winning literary masterpiece and we should all cower at her words. Bleek!)Read More
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SIX – Music Soothes the Savage Beast
Okay. Remember, now, my grades.
They had been getting much better since mom got me my stupid glasses, from which I’ll probably suffer irreparable psychological damage.
The subject I showed most improvement in was reading, of course, like, duh, who knew, but I also improved in classes I hadn’t been so savvy in like math and history and civics and science and band (I play the alto saxophone), and, well, all of the classes really.Read More