My name is Dana and Science is my favorite subject. I'm also really big on protecting the environment. After all it's the only one we've got! I have a horse named Bubbles and a fish named Francis.Favorite Quote:
If anything is worth doing, do it with all your heart
Bean and cheese burritosInterests:
Volunteering, animals, nature, physics, biology, chemistry
My name is Erika and Art is my favorite subject. I like painting, making sculptures and designing web pages like this one! I also love any kind of puzzle: jigsaw puzzles, crosswords, word games, trivia, you name it! I have a Parrot named Franklin Delano.Favorite Quote:
Every artist was at first an amateur
- Ralph W. Emerson
Tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwichesInterests:
Art, games, puzzles, trivia
February 23 2009
Betty has asked me to work with Jax on her cyber bullying forum site. I'll mostly be focusing on the design, but she's also asked me to work more with Jax on the planning phase. She thinks we'd make a good team.
I'm a little nervous about working with Jax because she was in the Detention Center, but Betty insists it will be all right.
posted by Erika
February 19 2009
Well, Dana blew away all the competition at the costume contest with her very obscure historically-accurate costumes. I've never even heard of Tristan and Isolde before. Leave it to Dana to pull that one out of a hat.
I went with one of the first-year cadets as Frankenstein and the Bride of. It wasn't terribly romantic but I thought it was amusing. I might save my costume for the Halloween ball though.
posted by Erika
February 17 2009
Alan and I won the costume contest. I'm so happy! I worked on our costumes all week, sewing my dress and helping Alan make his armor. He looked so cute, my knight in shining armor. Too bad Tristan and Isolde didn't come to as good of an end!
posted by Dana
February 11 2009
It's all set! Alan and I are going to the Valentine's Day dance as Tristan and Isolde. Not many people know about their story, but I really want to win the historical accuracy prize. I thought it'd be a little less cliche than Romeo and Juliet but every bit as tragically romantic.
I can't wait for the dance!