Dani Clare

Her World...The Diary of Dani Clare
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2001-11-06 21:05:44 (UTC)

Two Guys And A Tranny

I'm back again! :) I have had a great day today, which is
quite weird as I have had to go to school...
Last night, afterwards, went brilliantly. Chris and I
watched a film called 'The Animal', which was hilarious,
but only lasted approximately one hour and ten minutes. We
expected to be home quite late, but as it was only about
half past nine by the time we came out of the cinema, we
decided to drive around randomly and look at some fireworks
seeing as it was bonfire night, and there were bangs and
sparkles in the night sky everywhere. My family had some
fireworks too; we had purchased a box full and they ended
up to be really pretty. I did not get to watch every single
firework though, as Chris came to pick me up half way
through, but I did get to see the Catherine Wheel which has
always been my favourite. :)
Anyway, today is Tuesday, a day which contains a triple
lesson of media studies, my favourite lesson. We have fun
in media, so I don't particularly mind getting up at half
past eight in the morning to go to school. I spent this an
hour this morning getting up, washing etc, looking for my
red top and my usual blue comfy jeans, putting on my make-
up, getting my folders together and going to school. The
usual everyday procedure. Then I spent a while in
registration time trying to figure out where we actually
were for media, and I managed to find Hayley and Rachel
outside, and went up to the library. First the class had to
do a presentation on a particular movie scene of their
choice, and comment on the camera angles, editing, mise-en-
scene etc. I was not in last week when we were given the
work so I'll be doing mine this week I think. I'm used to
presentations now, I have done so many. The last
presentation I did with Hayley and Rachel was on the World
Trade Center attacks, and we received 88% for it. I'm
glad :) After that we had an actual lesson, rather than
watch nervous classmates comment on Jaws and Gladiator, and
we have been told to make a kind of film, with storyboards
and script etc, and end it on a cliffhanger. We've been
given set characters, two men and a woman, and when each
group's scene is filmed, they are going to be put together
into one movie. Somehow I gather that this is not going to
work. Rachel, Hayley and I still have to figure out where
we are supposed to find two guys looking aged twenty to
thirty, to act in our film which is to be set and shot in
our school. At first we suggested making Kevin up to be the
girl, as we thought we needed to find seperate individual
actors, hehe. 'Two Guys and a Tranny'.
Well anyway we decided that I should act, as I look much
older than seventeen (perhaps twenty-five, lol) and I love
being in front of the camera. So the girl character is
sorted...just need guys...
After that I had a psychology lesson, on 'theories of
forgetting' funnily enough. Seeing as we are studying that
topic, I guess I cannot use it as a no-essay excuse again.
Oh well. Then, after a fun lunch hour, where I was told my
flower-hairclip that I wore to the Mansion House for the
Calendar competition prize presentation looked so huge in
the Argus newspaper that it almost covered the page. And I
never even saw it! "You just need a bee to go with it," Mel
told me. "I'll get you a bee".
At one thirty, after lunch, it was time to have another fun-
and-happy English lesson with Miss Long. (That was sarcasm
exaggerated on a VERY wide scale by the way!!) Janet Frame
(again). I found a relevant quote while skimming through
the sheets however; 'What could I do if I couldn't write?
Writing was to be my rescue. I felt as if my hands had been
uncurled from their clinging-place on the rim of the
lifeboat...' I can relate to that; I seem to always feel
the need to write something. About anything. I think this
online journal solves a lot, hehe. I have always loved to
write, since I was five or six years old, when I began to
scribble poems; my first was one about yellow fluffy Easter
chicks that were being looked after in my infant school
class. I can remember that poem clearly, and my mother
found it on a piece of paper, and thought it was brilliant.
So from then on I have written story after story, and poem
after poem. I would be good at illustrating books too I
think. I'll just have to see what becomes of my work for
now though :)
I eventually carried home a huge pile of various books and
folders. By the end of the day I had been issued Othello,
The Media Student Book, along with the struggle of carrying
two large ringbinders and my thick psychology textbook. I
returned home and watched a bit of Maury Povich. On which,
women who were suspicious that their men were cheating made
them take a lie detector test. Most of the men were lying
and they HAD cheated, which makes a lot of us wonder if any
man can be faithful :( What followed Maury was Ricki Lake,
which I never watched because I was doing some work, and
after that, Jerry Springer. It was a 'Wild Weddings'
special today. I cannot believe some of the people on
there. It's so funny to watch. Then I came online, and have
been on here for about two hours, talking to Paula and
Chris (who I have missed an extreme lot today) and writing in this,
my very own journal. In a minute I might
write some reviews on some recent films I have seen. Or I may do that
tomorrow. In any case, I really have to go now. I shall return and
write as soon as possible.

Love & Beauty,
Dani Clare


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