Fulfilling a Friday! Part One...

So today, on this Friday, it was quite a MUSICAL kind of day at school. Caleb, our music teacher/music specialist, recorded me and a couple of "responsible" people a song I wrote, with many credit to the person that helped me a lot!

It all started after Morning Tea...everyone was making a racket. Like always. That's the new normal now. Hmm. :-\ . But I didn't mind at all, as I had just came from pointing at orang thi-ORANGE BUTTON! Oh, sorry, I think this has become a hab-ORANGE TITLE! Ugh, gosh, now I'm doing this on a po-ORANGE LOGO! Ugggh, nevermind...

While sitting down, doing what I did, Caleb came in to get me, and even though I was excited...I had no netbook (dulll me), so I took one netbook which I could find, and don't worry, the owner of the netbook would trust me to protect it...really wellll....

Shoes on, netbook in hand, Caleb behind me, we both walked down to the music room.

Now, let me tell you, the netbook I chose was not quite what I thought it would be. It would be little than an hour that it would be so low it would shut down, so I needed to be quick. Not really, I was just searching up the thesaurus with Caleb about which word would replace "just". He found one. I don't know if I should tell yoou, knowing this is for later on in the year...

No, I shouldn't...sorry.

But the recording. There was a biiiiit of a disturbance next door, knowing that the Year Sevens were doing their KiwiSport Hockey Session, and since the microphone I was singing into is, like, REALLY sensitive, so it could sense the noise from the hall next door. So, with GREAT thinking (not joking), Caleb told me to come with him, to find a place to record. Somewhere quiet. Into the library...ooh, there's the faint rapid footsteps from the hall, and the microphone may still get that.

Then, he went to the office area, and I followed him. Oh, they have fish in the fish tank in the office now. Cool. The water's bubbling, the fish are almost bright orange. Coool. While I was doing that, Caleb went into the cupboard where all the uniforms and stationery were laid out. He closed the door, and I looked remarkably confused...

And the next thing you know...BAM! We have a proper recording studio. A cupboard (or closet) full of unused uniforms and unused stationery. Sounds peculiar, but trust me, it was really quiet in there once he set up the equipment, and I plugged a charger to the netbook I was using. Phew. And so he recorded me singing the finished song. It sounded, now that I think about it, pretttyy good!

Now all I had to do was get the backup singers for the song...be right back...

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