Over the Summer Vacation I did many fun activities. The very first week of summer vacation I spent out at my grandparent’s house in Macclenny Florida. While I was there I went to a drama camp called “Future Stars” this year the theme was throwback. At the drama camp, we do dancing, singing, acting, and sometimes stage fighting. This year we did all of those things and had a blast. On the night that we perform, we get special shirts for that year of drama camp, well for me that year was the most special because it was my last. Every morning, before we start with the day’s “Classes” we do a chant between each of the groups 1, 2, and 3, my sister and I were in group 3. The chant goes like this: WE GOT SPIRIT YES WE DO, WE GOT SPIRIT HOW ‘BOUT YOU!!!! Then it moves on to the next group until one group is out and chooses which of the other groups to help with the Spirit Stick. Once one group wins we go on with the day. On the last day when we had perfected everything that we have worked on we perform for our families. This year we had a lot to show because we had been hard at work. When we finally showed everything it was time to announce the winners of the creative crew T-shirts, one for each groups, and the winner of the Spirit Stick. This year one of the counselors got hurt pretty bad so they gave her a Spirit Stick in honor of her. When they handed out the T-Shirts I said congratulations to the winners. Then it was the time we were all waiting for the winner of the Spirit Stick was… ME!!!! I couldn’t believe it when I was saying my speech I was crying. That was by far my favorite year and then it got even better, I was asked to come back as a counselor!!!
From there I didn’t do much but my parents did buy a new house and it’s AWESOME!!! The house was made in 1956 so it has a lot of wood real wood not plastic wood so it’s really cool.
The final thing that I did over the summer is that I did the lights for the show “Grease” in the same place that drama camp took place in, out in Baker County. The cool thing about Grease was that it was an all High School student cast and the kids can actually sing, dance, and act so it was worth it seeing it for three weeks.
Until next time, I’m your Friendly Neighborhood Homeschooler…