Mrs. Mearany, was a tall, black haired, brown eyed, math teacher. You see, I’m not that great at math so, Mrs. Mearany is my daily math teacher. Shes pretty strick and is constantly watching me with her big beady brown eyes. I hate it, shes like my stepmother, ugh! That’s what have been trying to get away from at school! One more idiot like my stepmother, and I’m going to start bailing school and lock myself up in my room!
“OK everyone” started Mrs. Mearany, fixing me with a bead glare.
“Lets take out are notebooks and list all the steps of, orders of operations. Then write what PEMDAS means” she instructed.
So you know what PEMDAS means, all tell you. It stands for, parentheses, Exponents, multiplication, dividing, adding, and subtraction, or please excuse my dear Aunt Sally. Yep, it’s pretty cool what you can do to long things and turn them into something short.
Right after I was done writing out what PEMDAS meant, Mrs. Mearany handed out a piece of paper. It read:
SCHOOL FIELD TRIP: To Shadow Camp.
This trip will be an exciting opportunity that your child would not want to miss. This trip will last two days, in the open fresh air. Some activities your child would be doing is:
1. being taught survival skills
2. learning to take care of animals
3. learning how to start a fire
4. learning how to use a boat
5. learning archery
6. learning how to mark a trail so you won’t get lost
7. going to a dance
Please do not miss out on this exciting opportunity sign up! Your child and the school will be going April thirtieth. The cost of this trip is $300.00 per child. Hope you sign up!
Sincerely: Robert A. Pit
Wow, my step-idiot, would NEVER! let me go to this camp. I’m probably going have to pros-wade her to let me go. Darn it! stupid stepmother!
“The sheet I passed out to you is to be signed and turned in tomorrow” she instructed.
Oh great, now I only have one day to pros-wade my mean and idiotic stepmother to actually let me go to this camp! just great!
After she told us a little more about the camp the bell finally rang. I walked out of class and headed to my locker to get my things for my next class. . .