sydney your a firework

Hey everyone!
I have a really good friend named Sydney and I just wanna give a shout out to her... She didn't have a very happy School Sports Day Thursday. Sad face. She broke part of her arm. Here's her blog - share the love people. You should really check it out. She is really funny. Happy face!
(Reading a new book from the library called "Audrey, Wait!" - So far so amazing)
I hang out with Kayla today. We went to the library, then another library, then hung out at Oakridge and ate poutine. Yum. (By the way, check out her blog as well, though she hasn't written for a while she has a great blog)
I'm really into those poppy songs preteens my age nowadays like... Sorry, oldies.
Infact, I am listening to 'Born this Way' right now. Don't judge me for listening to Lady Gaga peoples, (though I don't know why listening to LG would be weird) I was positively born this way. Sorry. I'm just really. Really. Into the music. The only reason I have the song on my Ipod is because well, frankly, I really love the song after a few months of just 'embracing it' cause I really didn't enjoy it, and plus, I just watched Lady Gaga in an interview on TV. (WARNING: Interview contains a nipslip incident with her leather bra she was wearing, don't worry, pixels censored it all)
Well, I am still just my old self - Ruby that is. Ruby Karelia!

Now I'm listening to Metric - Gimme Sympathy. I'm not just listening to it because it says 'The Beatles'. I really actually adore this song.

I've now vanished.




who would you rather be, the beatles or the rolling stones? oh seriously, your gonna make mistakes your young

Spending my days - (I accidentally spelt 'dad' first instead of 'days') - embracing this golden weather, scootering along side my brother on his skateboard, wearing dresses WITHOUT tights underneath - ahh, my favourite - and hoping you guys haven't lost faith in me for writing, sorry about the delays.
And reading. Lostsa losta reading. Nancy Drew mostly. Though, in less then 24 hours I read 'Dear George Clooney, Please Marry my Mom' by Susin Nielsen - which is an amazing book. I'm really hooked on the VPL website (Vancouver Public Library). Encountering things is so hip.

Look at my redness. Do you like my redness? OMG there is like SOOOOOOOOOOO much redness!