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High School:
Benton
My favorite subject during the regular school day is:
Math
Extracurricular activities I am involved in at school:
-TSA

-Drama

-Academic Bowl (P.S. Central Students, Tell Mr. Carter He's a Traitor Next Year)

-O.A.S.I.S.

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The Wonder of The Ocean





4/3/11

We're Here, We're Finally here in the Bahamas, the cool salty air makes great sleeping conditions, which is good because I was exhausted after being stuck in the Ft. Lauderdale Airport for what felt like forever yesterday. Though my sandals appear to have been snatched away in the night by some local, oh well, not much I could do now if I wanted to. We woke up bright and early to get a head start on the other boat, Sirena.…

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Posted on May 19, 2011 at 10:46am

 
 
 

WATER...

warm

tropical

water

flowing

ever

so slowly

...northward

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