Hey there guys! It's Azu here and guess what? I'm going to be graduating tomorrow! Hooray! From what I've seen at the rehersal, we will be getting high school diplomas even though this is a graduation for homeschoolers. I've spent about ten years in the public school system and at least two and a half years in homeschooling. I've had my fair share of trials and tribulations but I've pulled through each one just fine. For example, when I was told I was going to be homeschooled, I was very scared that I wouldn't be able to socialize and I really wasn't sure it would be right for me. But after two and a half years of homeschooling, I've come to enjoy it and improve in areas that I wouldn't have been able to improve upon in public school such as doing presentations (Public school presentations were hell for me since my presentations would be ranked by my other classmates). If you want to know more about my plans for the future, I go into much more depth about it on my blog about my birthday.
Anyway, here's the link to my latest review: http://littleazusblog.blogspot.com/2016/05/every-haunting-hour-ever-35-most-evil.html
So here's a part that I've been recently working on and I plan to include it in my R.L Stine pasta:
After the two parted ways, the episode cut to a scene that showed the front of Kristy's house. The sky behind it was now a navy blue colour with very few white dots scattered about. I also noticed that the streetlights in front of the house had a milky white glow to them. A few seconds later, the focus shifted to Kristy's room where Kristy's mother was busy setting up a temporary bed made up of at least a dozen milk crates and a purple sleeping bag. Kristy then walked into the room where she was immediately greeted by her mother.
"Hey there, sweetie!" Kristy's mother said softly. Kristy had stretched out her arms as far as they could go and began to yawn. She then turned her head to the right and noticed the bed her mother had set up. "Now that's what I call a bed!" Kristy giggled wearily. Kristy's mother had giggled a bit as she grinned and scratched the back of her neck. "Well, I know it's not the most comfortable thing ever but I think it should get you through the night. Then after that, you can pick out whatever kind of bed you want at the store."
Let me know if I should add this part in my pasta in the comments below.